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    Actorfest '96 Raffle Winners

    Subscriptions: Sandro Camarao, Wheatley Heights, N.Y.; Shelley Hallman, Providence, R.I.; Eric R. Moreland, New York, N.Y.; Elliott Williams, Ridgefield Park, N.J.; and Dennis Wilson, Weehauken,

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    INDEPENDENT MEANS - For Filmmakers, By Filmmakers - Slamdance Sheds Some of Its Underdog Rep

    While just about every independent filmmaker aspires to have his or her film shown at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival, the reality is that the majority of projects submitted each year do not get accepted. It is a testament to Sundance's overwhelming success that so many filmmakers get turned

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    B'way Stars in Free

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    Spot Pact Talks Rev Up Feb. 14

    Negotiators for two of the nation's major performers' unions and television commercial producers will gather on Valentine's Day. But, to quote one union national president, "It won't be a love-in." They'll begin bargaining a new commercials contract which has brought members of the Screen Actors Guild ...

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    PLAYS

    The Fritz Theatre is seeking plays for its 8th Annual Fritz Blitz. For information call Christopher White at (619) 231-8384 or access www.fritztheater.com.

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    Andrews Spurns Tony Nom, Spurs Media Circus

    Broadway veteran Julie Andrews' mantlepiece does not hold a Tony, and, as things looks now, it will remain that way. In a speech delivered from the stage of the Marquis Theatre after the May 8 Wednesday matinee of "Victor/Victoria," Andrews declined her Tony nomination for best actress in a

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    Public Urges Aesthetics, Access On 42nd Street

    Builders of the proposed $1.8 billion 42nd Street Development Project should concentrate on visual aesthetics and providing proper subway access for the thousands of workers and customers traveling through the area everyday. Speakers emphasized those two issues at a public hearing held Mon., May 6 on two major redevelopment

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    AFTRA Wins NBC Promos Arbitration

    (BPI) The American Federation of Television & Radio Artists has won an arbitration against NBC that settles a long-running dispute over the way some of the network's promo announcers are

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    Stage Combat Workshop

    Stage combat specialist Rick Sordelet will lead a workshop for directors and choreographers who want to learn how to work with fight directors. The workshop will take place on Sat., July 20, 10 am-2 pm at New York Spaces, Studio 3B, 939 Eighth Avenue, between 55th and 56th streets. The ...