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Articles from Variety (January 15, 2014)

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'Legend' not one for history books. Foundas, Scott Movie review 973
106-year-old Shaw produced kung-fu pics, 'Blade Runner'. Frater, Patrick Obituary 430
20 Years of the SAG Awards: a look back at the changes to the kudosfest for actors. Riley, Jenelle 604
3D TV: not dead yet, and getting better: though the oft-maligned tech seemed doomed, TV makers are focusing on a glasses-free model. Cohen, David S. 654
Alt fest shows rebel roots: Slamdance co-founder Peter Baxter recalls 10 moments that defined the event's first 20 years. 966
An orthodox point of view for the masses: Israeli series 'Mekimi' probes cloistered life in a nation where secular/religious debate flares. Kamin, Debra 631
At every budget level, producers show us the heart: challenges n bringing their film to fruition balanced by opportunities for emotional storytelling. Kaufman, Anthony 1359
Banshee Chapter. Harvey, Dennis Movie review 160
Best in snow vs. hottest fest in the West: for the many filmmakers toiling in the indie film biz trenches, there has never been more need for alternative to Park City. Kaufman, Anthony 1064
California incentives push ahead: as the state's budget is revealed, H'wood eyes a way to stay local. Brief article 146
Chang Chen: 'Crouching Tiger' star is a popular choice for most of Asia's top directors. Simon, Alissa Brief article 283
Chemistry engineers: the casting directors behind the SAG Awards film nominees talk about finding their ensembles. Khatchatourian, Maane 907
Cheng trades sword for personal saga: Sundance opener 'Lilting' marks a new, but familiar direction for a renowned Chinese star. Frater, Patrick Interview 533
Closing the divide. Letter to the editor 159
Cold Comes the Night. Chang, Justin Movie review 128
D'works 20 years later. Letter to the editor 170
Devolution becomes him: alt-rocker-turned-composer creates bold new music worlds. Koehler, Robert Interview 1170
Everyone's a philanthropist on the Warner Bros. lot: studio's impact program invites employees to determine the company's charitable partners. Tepper, Allegra 452
Five who'll thrive: buzzy thesps on the verge of breaking out thanks to Park City premieres. Blair, Iain 490
For 'HitRecord,' paying online creatives is pivotal: Joseph Gordon-Levitt's clip-driven show on Participant's new network values contributors as well as auds. Marechal, A.J. 769
Forget 4k. It's the brightness stupid: high dynamic range TV could give smaller TV makers a leg up. Cohen, David S. 737
Former Maverick helps pave main street path: fest director John Cooper recalls road from rowdy edge to mainstream mecca. Debruge, Peter Interview 693
Fresh hopes sail into Sundance: festival guru Robert Redford says this year's lineup features a return to the fest's fiercely indie roots. Stewart, Andrew; Setoodeh, Ramin 1621
From Hangar to Hollywood & Highland: crix kudos augur Oscars. Gray, Tim 495
Gay-themed 'Looking' improves on 'Girls'. Lowry, Brian Television program review 526
Globes gamut sparks Oscar free-for-all: by honoring a wide range of 11 films, the ceremony sets up a battle royale on the eve of academy nominations. Gray, Tim; Littleton, Cynthia 1626
Glossary. Brief article 175
Helmer Helicopters to higher ground: Shelton plays with a bigger budget for her Sundance pic 'Laggies'. Barker, Andrew Interview 766
How Zach Braff Kickstarted a film financing firestorm: with no fewer than 26 crowd funded projects in Sundance, adjust to new indie funding model. Goldstein, Gregg 835
Int'l top 100 of 2013. Table 1211
Itching for a fight in a nation divided: media types who pretend to speak for 'the American People' don't know the half of it. Lowry, Brian 665
Kinnear makes case for 'Rake'. Lowry, Brian Television program review 459
Let Jared Leto, in the Pink: after a six-year absence from acting, the eccentric rock star-actor is back in a big way with 'Dallas Buyers Club'. Riley, Jenelle Interview 2949
Let there be light. Letter to the editor 178
Mainland Minion fever. Brief article 101
Milestone Award honoree: Bob Iger: new gadgets, blockbusters, 4:30 a.m. Graser, Marc 401
Must attend. Calendar 113
Norman Lear Achievement Award: Chuck Lorre: 'ddon't waste a second of screentime'. Marechal, A.J. 472
Raze. Harvey, Dennis Movie review 145
Right-wing docs don't feel the fest love: programmers skew left, say slighted filmmakers. Morfoot, Addie 503
Rita Moreno is 'Anita': 'dignity, self-respect and strength': EGOT winner will receive the SAG Life Achievement Award. Gray, Tim Interview 1035
SAG-AFTRA marriage still going strong. McNary, Dave Interview 374
Sherlock. Lowry, Brian Television program review 122
Spain's TV revolution writ small: Smartphone and tablet proliferation drive VOD viewing, help boost series imports and even combat piracy. Hopewell, John 781
The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box. Harvey, Dennis Movie review 191
The collector: Mutato Muzika offices a veritable museum of exotica. Koehler, Robert 418
The diversity dilemma: a multicultural group of top Fox exces take on the challenges of programming a network that reflects a changing America. Littleton, Cynthia 1962
The family bond: Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson have bulk the franchise started by their father more than 50 years ago into a creative and box office gold mine. McNary, Dave Interview 2473
The Great Flood. Scheib, Ronnie Movie review 115
The Price of Gold. Lowry, Brian Television program review 107
This cube doesn't fit in square hole. Foundas, Scott Movie review 654
Thrown to the wolves. Letter to the editor 479
Top media execs stock up on share price: bold vision takes a back seat as congloms tighten their belts, narrow their aims. Bart, Peter 737
Two plays go the extra miles. Benedict, David Theater review 811
Variety's Breakthrough of the Year Awards: Las Vegas Hilton, Las Vegas, Jan. 9. Brief article 109
Why this stands to be fanning's year: Sundance 'It Girl' has busy 2014 in store. Blair, Iain Interview 289

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