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Claims Against Lawyer Proceed in Long Fight Over Film Rights
A lawsuit accusing a New York attorney of helping former clients misappropriate millions of dollars from a partnership that was formed to make a movie of D.M. Thomas' 1981 novel "The White Hotel" may go forward, a Manhattan judge has ruled, setting the stage for a trial after more than 10 years of litigation.
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Miller Caves to host concert this weekend
Later, they were used as a bomb shelter for Miller employees and then repurposed as a museum, with Liberace even cutting the ribbon at the grand opening.
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Hans Zimmer, the brilliant composer talks about writing for Superman tonight on Arena.
Dance me to the end of love
A poetic chronicle of love lost and found and spinning off into some beguiling crepuscular spiritual limbo, To the Wonder is the first film from Terrence Malick set entirely in the contemporary world.
Producer Mike Medavoy's life would make a movie as inspiring as his films featuring his hard work, talent, and luck, combined with vision, determination, and close family ties.
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'Home' premieres in Dances with Films Festival June 6
The film "Home" will have a West Coast Premiere screening at the 16th Annual Dances with Films Festival.