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    Weekend Report: ‘Avatar’ Unfazed in Seventh Outing

    by Brandon Gray Not to sound like a broken record for a record-breaker, but Avatar maintained its blistering pace over the weekend. The box office colossus raked in $31.3 million, again posting the strongest hold for a nationwide release: down only ten percent. That ranks as the highest-grossing seventh weekend ever, surpassing Titanic’s $25.9 million… Keep Reading…

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    excursionville.com Presents a Brave New World in Travel

    (Suite en version française)   In the world of travel, a great recommendation is something that is highly cherished and can often be the difference between a great and mediocre experience.  This is where Excursionville.com comes in, with intentions to be the new kid on the block of Internet travel resources.     Excursionville.com is… Keep Reading…

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    Sundance Institute Announces Partnership with YouTube

    Two Award-Winning Films from 2009 Festival Also Available  — As further commitment to expanding audiences for independent films, Sundance Institute today announced a collaboration with YouTube to make available for rent three world-premiere films from the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. Beginning today, films will be spotlighted on the YouTube homepage, after which they will also… Keep Reading…

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    TIFFs People Choice’s Award Goes To Oprah’s Precious

    Oprah’s Precious Proves True at Toronto Film Fest The Toronto International Film Festival Saturday, giving the Oprah Winfrey-produced film some early momentum heading into Oscar awards season. The film, a gritty tale of the abuse and redemption of a teenage girl in Harlem, captured the festival’s People’s Choice award, which is voted on by filmgoers…. Keep Reading…

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    “Among Friends” Fans Are Asking For More!

    PREMIERE SCREENING OF “AMONG FRIENDS” AT MONTREAL WORLD FILM FESTIVAL A SUCCESS! Participants celebrated the success of the 33rd Montreal World Film Festival at the closing ceremonies on September 7. About 350,000 filmgoers attended the festival. There were also around 1,000 accredited participants, including producers, directors and other industry professionals. Of approximately 2,000 films submitted,… Keep Reading…

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    Wolverine To Open Tomorrow – Jackman’s Star Power Sells Tickets

    LOS ANGELES (RPRN) 4/29/09 — WOLVERINE opens tomorrow night at midnight, and it appears that Hugh Jackman’s star power is a contributing factor to the film’s brisk advance ticket sales.According to a Fandango survey of more than 1,000 moviegoers, 44% of WOLVERINE ticket-buyers had viewed the 2009 Academy Awards Show with Hugh Jackman as the… Keep Reading…

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    ReelHeART 2009 – Toronto’s “Cool Film Festival”

    TORONTO (RPRN) 6/8/2009—ReelHEART will premiere 129 Films submitted from over 30 countries in our biggest year yet. Please join us at the 5th Annual ReelHeART International Film Festival (RHIFF)June 22-27, 2009. We’ve got so many great films this year and a NEW category of competition. We have introduced an award for “Best Cinematography“. The award will… Keep Reading…

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    Academy Contemporary Docs Series Remembers Invasions of China and Japan

    Part One of the 27th annual Contemporary Documentaries series continues through Dec. 3 Beverly Hills,CA(RushPRnews)10/31/08— “Nanking” and “White Light/Black Rain” will screen as part of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ “Contemporary Documentaries” series on Wednesday, November 5, at 7 p.m. at the Linwood Dunn Theater in Hollywood. Admission is free. Keep Reading…

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    Obama First African-American President Makes History

    Obama Wins in Landslide VictoryBy Paul Hughes Chicago,IL(RushPRnews)11/04/08-Democrat Barack Obama soundly defeated Republican John McCain to become the 44th president of the United States on Tuesday in a historic election that sends the first African-American to the White House and ends a grueling campaign marked by come-from-behind crusades by each candidate, accusations of voter registration fraud… Keep Reading…

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    Twilight Sold-Out Before Release Date of November 21

    LOS ANGELES(RushPRnews)11/06/08-“Twilight” doesn’t open until two weeks from tonight (at midnight), but Fandango is reporting that nearly 100 show times for the November 21 release are already sold-out across the nation, from Sacramento, California to Gainesville, Florida. Keep Reading…

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