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'Carter,' 'Lavender' bookend Palm Springs int'l film fest

17 December 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Coach Carter, starring Samuel L. Jackson, will open the 16th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival, while the U.S. premiere of Ladies in Lavender, starring Judi Dench and Maggie Smith, will close the festival. A roster of 190 films from 65 countries will unspool during the festival, which runs Jan. 6-16. "This year's lineup is especially auspicious, featuring as it does a number of major premieres from both well-established auteurs and promising emerging filmmakers based in America and abroad," festival executive director Darryl Macdonald said. "The breadth and depth of the talent encompassed by the lineup is truly heartening, and we're especially delighted to have such a strong lineup of films from current cultural hotbeds of world cinema such as Argentina, Israel, China, Italy and Germany -- all of whom are undergoing a resurgence of sorts of their national cinemas." »

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Television work bolsters March L.A. production

6 April 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Television continued to account for the bulk of production in greater Los Angeles last month, while other categories including feature film were down compared with a year ago, according to figures released Monday by the Entertainment Industry Development Corp. The 46.6% increase in TV production was enough to drive overall production up to 3,761 days in March -- the second consecutive month producing a 21% total gain. March TV production in the city of Los Angeles and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County included 24, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, The District, Alias, Cold Case and The Shield. Feature film work accounted for 549 production days, down from 558 in March 2003. Those projects included MGM's Be Cool with John Travolta, Paramount's Coach Carter with Samuel L. Jackson, Fox's Mr. and Mrs. Smith with Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, and New Line's The Wedding Crashers with Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn. Commercial production fell 8.8% to 644 days, and music video production was off 29% to 102 days. »

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