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    Angelina Jolie Cuts Bosnia Filming on Permit Woes

    Hollywood star Angelina Jolie has cut back on filming plans in Bosnia for her directorial debut after problems with permits, a local producer said on Wednesday.

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    New Details on Ronni Chasen Murder

    Police say, despite reports, no cameras were at intersection as experts analyze leaked autopsy report.

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    'Black Swan' and Other Prestige Films Make Impressive Debuts

    "Phillip Morris" has encouraging launch; "King's Speech," "127 Hours" expand their reach and success

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    N.C. Arts Groups Reel From Funding Cuts

    Arts organizations in this area of traditionally rich culture are suffering as the result of a county board's $2.5 million defunding of the Charlotte-based Arts and Sciences

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    BIT PARTS - See Jane Act

    When Jane Alexander left acting to become the chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts in 1993, many thought her performance in Wendy Wasserstein's "The Sisters Rosensweig" would be the last New York theatre audiences would see from her for some time. Well, since retiring from public service ...

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    NEA Chair William Ivey Hits Floor Running

    William J. Ivey was sworn in May 28 as the new chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) and immediately ground into high gear.

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    SOUND/BOOM OP, "ACTION HEROS"

    Jeff McLaughlin (prod.) is seeking a sound mixer/boom operator for Action Heroes, a digital feature-length comedy. Shoot starts mid-Mar. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is possible pay. Send resumé by Feb. 26 to Split Milk Productions, 7071 1/2 Santa Monica Blvd., #21, Hollywood, CA 90038 or fax ...

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    "Parade" Passes By

    The 5th Avenue deserves major kudos for bringing in the challenging musical drama Parade as its 2000-'01 season opener. We can be grateful that the limited tour of the Tony Award-winning, though short-lived, musical, with book by Alfred Uhry, and music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown (doubling as ...

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    PACIFIC CHORALE SEASON

    The Pacific Chorale will hold auditions for singers for its upcoming season. Prod. Rob Istad, dir. John Alexander. There is pay. Bring an aria or art song in any language that shows off voice. Sight reading will be tested. Auditions will be held by appt. only Sat., Mar. 3, 10 ...

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    "HAPPY ENDINGS"

    Chris Fernando (dir.) is accepting submissions for Happy Endings, a sync-sound 16mm short about a writer trying to finish a story. Three-week shoot starts Feb. 24. Copy, credit, and meals provided. There is no pay.