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A&E revs up production of films, series

14 July 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

A&E is ramping up its production slate with several unscripted series, including one called God or the Girl that examines the personal struggles of young men deciding whether to join the priesthood, and is developing movies that take viewers behind the scenes of Psycho and Saturday Night Live. The cable network's production slate also includes real-life and documentary series focusing on such subjects as the members of the Dallas SWAT team and big-jackpot lottery winners whose lives are transformed when they suddenly become millionaires. It's also developing a movie focusing on one real-life soldier's Iraq war experiences. "The position we're looking to establish at A&E is as basic cable's premium destination for dramatic entertainment," said Bob DeBitetto, executive vp and general manager at A&E. "(In both scripted and unscripted projects), we focus on character-based storytelling with emotional drama. We want to make that very important emotional connection with viewers by probing interesting worlds populated by interesting characters." »

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Spielberg Voted Best Director

3 June 2005 | WENN | See recent WENN news »

Legendary filmmaker Steven Spielberg has been voted the greatest director of all time. Spielberg - the talent behind huge blockbuster hits including Schindler's List, E.T., Close Encounters Of The Third Kind and Saving Private Ryan - topped a poll commissioned by Britain's Empire movie magazine. The 58-year-old beat off competition from Psycho director Alfred Hitchcock and The Aviator creator Martin Scorsese, who came in second and third respectively. Empire's associate editor Ian Freer says, "Steven Spielberg is the closest thing in movies to resemble the impact of The Beatles. A cultural phenomenon, his adventures with sharks, UFOs, whip-crackin' archaeologists and ETs, plus searching historical dramas like Schindler's List and Saving Private Ryan have defined the movie-going life of an entire generation." Surprisingly, acclaimed film-makers such as Star Wars director George Lucas, Charlie Chaplin, and Tim Burton, fell short of inclusion. The top ten is as follows: 1. Steven Spielberg, 2. Alfred Hitchcock, 3. Martin Scorsese, 4. Stanley Kubrick, 5. Sir Ridley Scott, 6. Akira Kurosawa, 7. Peter Jackson, 8. Quentin Tarantino, 9. Orson Welles, 10. Woody Allen. »

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