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London – Exclusive Media, the filmed entertainment company based in Los Angeles and London, has signed an agreement with Icon UK Group to rep Icon Entertainment International’s library of over 200 films, including titles such as What Women Want, Mean Streets and Project Nim. The deal, announced by Exclusive Media co-chairmen Nigel Sinclair and Guy East and Aviv Giladi, CEO of Icon U.K. Group, gives a significant boost to Exclusive Media’s home entertainment portfolio. Photos: Cut, Censored, Changed: 10 Hollywood Films Tweaked for International Release Other titles in the package include Ralph Fiennes directorial debut Coriolanus and several

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