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Indie Wire, Dec. 6

It’s Seed&Spark’s birthday, but filmmakers are the one poised to receive some very big gifts from the film-focused crowdfunding platform with built-in distribution

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L.A. Times, Dec. 5

Film and television production company Legendary Entertainment has named longtime industry lawyer Joshua Grode as its new chief executive, the company said Tuesday.

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CNN, Dec. 5

It's a takeover of cinematic proportions.

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Cinema Blend, Dec. 4

There are a lot of women in Hollywood. Women who do behind-the-scenes work like costume design.

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The Daily Illini, Dec. 4

Eric Mo believes that everyone loves movies. They just don’t know it yet.

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NBC News, Dec. 3

Forget cushy recliners and meals delivered to your seat.

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Canadian Occupational Safety, Dec. 1

In August, a stunt driver filming a scene for a movie in Vancouver was killed when she apparently lost control of the motorcycle she was riding.

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Indianapolis Business Journal, Dec. 1

Drew Brees is going Hollywood.

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KTVL.com, Dec. 1

A local climate change activist group recently finished an hour long documentary about global warming.

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PSFK.com, Dec. 1

The Wayback project is a virtual reality film that helps people with Alzheimer’s and dementia reconnect to key moments in their lives as a way to alleviate the emotional toll of the disease.

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Sun Sentinel, Nov. 30

Matthew McConaughey has been spotted throughout South Florida, shooting “White Boy Rick” in the spring and “The Beach Bum” now.

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Deadline, Nov. 28

There were 667 sexual harassment complaints filed with the EEOC by workers employed in the arts, entertainment and recreation industries from 2005-15, according to the latest data provided by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, but the federal agency charged with preventing workplace harassment has taken very few of those cases to court.

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Huffington Post, Nov. 28

Since President Trump’s September decision to end DACA, Hollywood actor Bambadjan Bamba has been preparing for his coming out.

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Cornell Chronicle, Nov. 27

The struggling artist stereotype isn’t far from the mark in today’s economy, according to a state-funded report by researchers at The Worker Institute at Cornell.

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Albany Times Union, Nov. 22

“When They Awake,” a documentary celebrating indigenous musicians across Canada and parts of the United States, will screen at an event with related commentary and music on Wednesday evening, Nov. 29, at a University at Albany event recognizing Native American Heritage Month.

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Save the Date for the 74th Annual IA District 2 Convention

Date: June 8-10, 2018
Where: At the beautiful Caesar’s Palace Hotel in Las Vegas

Group Room Rate Cut Off Date:
May 7, 2018 Click Here
Hope to see you there!

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