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A suspect in an unrelated rape case is a person of interest in the December disappearance of Michigan woman Danielle Stislicki — and police are searching the park in which the man allegedly raped another woman, according to the Farmington Hills Police Department.
Stislicki, 28, hasn’t been seen since she left her office in Southfield the night of Dec. 2. She was supposed to stop home before meeting a friend for dinner, but never showed up to the dinner.
According to a press release from the Farmington Hills Police Department, police believe Stislicki is dead.
Click on Detroit reports that the FBI, »
- Stephanie Petit
Video highlights from the opening day and what’s coming up on the final day of the event.
The Media Production Show takes place 13-14 June at London’s Olympia. Check out highlights of the first day below (or on mobile Here).
Click for more information and to register to attend
What’s coming up on the final day of the event:
Cinematographers Masterclass - 10:30
Chair: Will Strauss, acting editor, Broadcast Tech
Editors Masterclass: TV - 10:45
Chair: Elouise Carden, joint managing director, Rapid Pictures
Nurturing VFX Talent - 11:00
Chair: Priyanka Balasubramanian, Ves Treasurer and MD, Hula Hoop[p »
What a surprising city Rotterdam is and the Festival and Cinemart are full of surprises too.
Being in The Netherlands is like a homecoming for me. My first major job in the film industry was with 20th Century Fox International and City Fox Films in Amsterdam in 1975 which is when I first attended the International Film Festival of Rotterdam, three years after its founding by Huub Bals. It was much smaller then. Iffr’s logo is a tiger, loosely based on the M.G.M. lion as an alternative. From the beginning, the festival has profiled itself as a promoter of alternative, innovative and non-commercial films, with an emphasis on the Far East and developing countries. It has become one of the most important events in the film world, an integral part of the winter circuit of Sundance, Rotterdam and Berlin Film Festivals.
Except for my »
- Sydney Levine
The guild award nominations keep coming in. The Casting Society of America has announced the nominees in its feature film categories for the 32d annual Artios Awards, which honor outstanding achievement in casting. “Arrival,” “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them,” “Hidden Figures,” “Nocturnal Animals” and “The Girl on the Train” all picked up nods in the big-budget drama category, with “Captain Fantastic,” “Jackie,” “Lion,” “Loving” and “Manchester by the Sea” doing likewise in the studio or independent drama field.
Big Budget — Comedy
- Michael Nordine
4 items from 2017
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