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Inside the Case of Chelsea Bruck, Michigan Woman Who Went Missing from 2014 Halloween Party

Inside the Case of Chelsea Bruck, Michigan Woman Who Went Missing from 2014 Halloween Party
It was an infamous missing persons case that rocked rural Michigan back in 2014.

Chelsea Bruck, a 22-year-old woman, vanished from a Halloween party. Six months later, she was found dead and naked in the dense woods.

A new episode of Dateline airs on NBC at 9 p.m. Et/8 p.m. Ct, and takes a deep look at the case, reported by velvety-throated newsman Keith Morrison. You can catch a quick preview of tonight’s episode — titled “The Halloween Party” — in this 1-minute clip, provided exclusively to People.

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Round-Up: Nosferatu: A Symphony Of Horror, Telluride Horror Show Update, Vampirella #1, Syfy’s Ominous, Storm King at Nycc

On Halloween weekend, Nosferatu won't evoke terror or bring plagues upon unsuspecting townsfolk, but rather inspire a night of beautiful music. Also: an update on the Telluride Horror Show, Vampirella #1 and Syfy's Ominous release details, as well as Storm King Productions at New York Comic Con.

Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror: Press Release: "Over Halloween weekend, on Friday, October 30, at 8 p.m., the Boston Pops and conductor Keith Lockhart, in collaboration with Berklee College of Music, will bring the classic 1922 silent horror film Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror to the Symphony Hall stage, with an entirely new full symphonic score composed by Berklee’s finest student film composers. Nosferatu on Halloween is a groundbreaking, unprecedented collaborative project in which eight of Berklee’s finest student film composers will write a full-length symphonic score, under the direction of Professor of Film Scoring Sheldon Mirowitz, for what is widely considered
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Sheldon Mirowitz on the Creative Process

Berklee film scoring professor and composer Sheldon Mirowitz (Outside Providence, Missing in America) says,

"There are two parts to creating. One is exploring and the other is culling. If you confuse them, then you won't get anywhere. Mick Goodrick once said to me, 'When you swim, there is stroking and then there's gliding. And if you only stroke you won't be able to swim, because you won't get anywhere. You need to be able to glide in between strokes.' There's a period of time when you are capturing the things floating around through you, and you have to be very careful not to be judgmental at that point. There is also the point when you need to be critical and throw things out, but if you go there at the wrong point in the process you'll simply muck it up."

Here is a great video of Mirowitz talking to
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New Films, Falcon wrap 8-pic package

Los Angeles-based New Films International has completed one of the largest deals to close with the Middle East at the Afm.

Nfi concluded the deal with Lebanon's Falcon Films, which has acquired an eight-title package covering all rights for the Middle East.

The films included in the agreement cover titles in production and completed films, including the relationship drama "Multiple Sarcasms," starring Timothy Hutton; "Serbian Scars," with Michael Madsen; "Frame of Mind," with Chris Noth; and "The Making of Plus One," with Jennifer Tilly and Amanda Plummer.

New Films International president Nesim Hason said this year alone Nfi has closed more than $1 million worth of deals with Falcon.

Other titles included in the package are Mary McGuckan's "Rag Tale," starring Simon Callow and Kerry Fox, and "Palo Alto," with Tom Arnold.

New Films International was formed in 1996 by Hason to bridge the gap between the U.S. and international.
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Sheedy, Draper on target for 'Shooting Livien'

Sheedy, Draper on target for 'Shooting Livien'
Ally Sheedy and Polly Draper have joined the cast of the Intrinsic Value and Velveteen Films' co-production Shooting Livien. The indie feature -- also starring Jason Behr, Sarah Wynter and Dominic Monaghan -- follows a disillusioned New York rocker in an identity crisis while on the brink of success. Along with Angel Devil Prods., Intrinsic Value is starting a second production today, The Woodcutter, a contemporary drama starring Danny Glover and Linda Hamilton. Woodcutter, which is shooting in Vancouver, marks the feature film directing debut of Gabrielle Savage Dockterman and is based on writer Ken Miller's experiences in the Vietnam War. Miller penned the script along with Savage Dockterman and Nancy L. Babine.

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