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Articles from Variety (May 7, 2013)

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Title Author Type Words
'50 Shades' seducing Joe Wright. Kroll, Justin Brief article 156
A rough road for reality stalwarts. Kissell, Rick 887
A Smarter TV. Graser, Marc Product/service evaluation 304
A well-oiled screen machine: Cannes' Christian Jeune keeps the fest's fortnight of films on schedule despite many hurdles. Keslassy, Elsa Executive profile 510
Acquisitive firm extends digital reach: Telepool's golden anniversary buoyed by hits and expansion. Meza, Ed Company overview 918
Agency agenda. Berko, Raphael Letter to the editor 164
AmFAR gala hits 20: Croisette benefit to fight AIDS includes kiss-and-tell memories. Salemi, Michelle 480
An FCC mystery: where Obama's choice for chairman stands on network neutrality is anybody's guess. Johnson, Ted 840
Art, commerce & staying alive: FilmNation launched during the worst global recession since the 1930s, but thanks to a flexible business plan and indie insider smarts, it's celebrating five years of growth. McNary, Dave Organization overview 1695
At their worst, these guys are the best. Hofler, Robert; Peters, Jenny; Vivarelli, Nick 446
Auteurs and stars develop sales pitch: looking for financing, Scorsese, Timberlake head to Cannes market with pet projects in tow. Abrams, Rachel 906
Be very afraid: blurb offers glimpse of next-gen viewing: watching TV while multi-tasking just means you're really not paying attention. Steinberg, Brian 694
Better Canuck next time. Lowry, Brian Television program review 464
Bittersweet charity. Kelly Letter to the editor 111
Brooks' career makes joyful Noise. Lowry, Brian Video recording review 512
Buzz titles: a selection of pics that buyers will be talking about in the Cannes Market. Horst, Carole; McNary, Dave List 1114
China's online vid surge both lures, scares outsiders: as more sellers emerge, the need for content grows, but piracy remains an issue. Coonan, Clifford 486
Cite incites le grand surge: new studio, higher rebates boost production. Keslassy, Elsa 693
Craig, Weisz boost college ed. Salemi, Michelle Brief article 132
Daryl Hall renovates his career with DIY spirit: veteran hitmaker scores by putting up his own money for nitery, TV ventures. Lefsetz, Bob Interview 705
Downey Jr., Favreau cook laffs. McNary, Dave Brief article 130
Dynamic region hops onto incentives bandwagon: countries boost filmmaking by adding tax breaks to low production costs. Barraclough, Leo 683
ESPN goes for the extra point with hackathons: media giant adopts a tech-sector ritual to get employees innovating. Spangler, Todd 739
Filmmakers to track: ten Uruguayan creatives are making their marks at home, in festivals and on foreign screens. Mayorga, Emilio List 529
Final four makes fast break to cable: with rights fees skyrocketing, CBS will share NCAA basketball championship weekend with TBS. Steinberg, Brian 564
Form-busting films take stage at Hot Docs. Anderson, John 595
Games has will, but not much way. Lowry, Brian Television program review 515
Gatsby Glitzy at B.O.: femmes flock to 3D spectacle. Sullivan, Michael Brief article 200
Global village. Gray, Tim; Barraclough, Leo; Fitz-Gerald, Sean; Hopewell, John; Keslassy, Elsa; Ramachandran, Naman; 1394
Glossary. Brief article 269
Harryhausen was special effects pioneer: he blended stop-motion with live action in signature films including Jason and the Argonauts. Cohen, 1avid Obituary 328
Heat wave: producing in France can include filming on array of alluring tropical islands. Barraclough, Leo 454
Huskers hone in on Hollywood. Stewart, Andrew Brief article 308
James Tolbert. Obituary 241
Jeanne Cooper. Obituary 121
Key players in a big Telepool: subsids give parent company dominant media footprint across the Continent. Meza, Ed Company overview 394
Kudos Aglow with shows and shout-out for SNL major domo: from Girls to Louie, Peabodys give props to top programs. Hofler, Robert 621
Legendary looks likely to split with Warner Bros. Abrams, Rachel Brief article 154
Legislation agitation. Tina Letter to the editor 313
Location proliferation: Gaul opens up landmarks and institutions across the country. Keslassy, Elsa 405
Marine Vacth. Keslassy, Elsa 350
McCain serves up a La Carte Bill. Johnson, Ted Brief article 185
Meet the Peeples: may the farce be with you. Barker, Andrew Movie review 753
Modest Scarecrow preps fresh field in Gotham: the man who directed the 1973 Palme d'Or winner has plans for a sequel--but it won't be easy. Debruge, Peter 357
Monkey business down under: with King Kong, Aussie producers have created a monster; now they get to find out how far it can travel. Cox, Gordon 688
Mouse pays off a silent partner: Paramount's percentage adds up on Marvel pics, but the deal it made with Disney will soon expire. Stewart, Andrew 661
Must attend. Calendar 176
News Corp. revs rise 14%, pub coin declines. Abrams, Rachel Brief article 140
Nikolai and the Others makes for dull company. Stasio, Marilyn Theater review 690
Omar and Lead will fly Palestine flag at Cannes: a network of proud expatriates is helping to build the region's nascent film industry. Kamin, Debra 619
On the critical list. List 1560
Philanthropy: the new Hollywood brand: nothing says you've made it quite like leaving your name on a good cause. Bart, Peter 744
Players multiply on Colombia scene: people, companies and resources who can make things happen. de la Fuente, Anna Marie Directory 505
Posse rounds up biz support: org boosts diversity by helping students get into college and making sure they graduate. Palumbo, Michael 371
Producers' 'Godzilla' case is headed for trial. McNary, Dave Brief article 211
Production heats up: flowing coin attracts Hollywood pics. Barraclough, Leo Brief article 265
Quality trumps quantity at B.O.: discerning auds worldwide opened up their wallets for recent smart indie offerings. Dawtrey, Adam 673
Shooting bullets gives way to shooting film: Colombia lures productions with sweet financial rewards. de la Fuente, Anna Marie 697
Slogan's run doesn't pay off. Debruge, Peter Movie review 592
Small but mighty: foreign shoots find lots to love in Uruguay. de Pablos, Emiliano Brief article 231
Smart art thrives at the right price: certain helmers can attract financing, but balancing a bare-bones budget with auteur integrity can be tricky. Kaufman, Anthony 844
Sony finally turns a profit as movie biz posts gains. Schilling, Mark Brief article 138
Stars in hyper space. Brief article 297
States of aggression: producers play off the competition to ink best deals. Abrams, Rachel 841
Survival odds low for Paramount execs after collapse of poorly constructed tentpole. Brief article 300
The fickle fetes: sometimes a Cannes party can outstrip the pic celebrating. Gray, Timothy 886
The stupidity of smart TV: the verdict is in: the IQ of the idiot box may have finally hit the wall. Wallenstein, Andrew 607
Thierry Fremaux: Cannes honcho talks about his Tinseltown ties and this year's festival lineup. Foundas, Scott Interview 809
Time keeper. Graser, Marc 110
Tony's daunting demands: Broadway nominees describe challenges faced on way to winners' circle. Hofler, Robert 1259
TV Crixlash. Ellis, Rick Letter to the editor 372
TV land: pop. 115.6m and growing, again. Wallenstein, Andrew Brief article 325
Tyro sales shingle pumps up volume: Global Screen hits with kidpics and action series. Meza, Ed 475
Unhappy endings for many as Nets Jettison skeins. Kissell, Brick Brief article 156
Uruguay's big impact: scrappy auteurs draw global attention as the local biz pushes for more growth with international partners. de Pablos, Emiliano 493
USA's drama palette adds darker shades: cabler known for blue-sky fare ups the edginess factor with Graceland. Littleton, Cynthia 891
YouTube targets kids, horror fans as paying customers. Spangler, Todd Brief article 152

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