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Articles from Variety (October 7, 2014)

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Title Author Type Words
'Duff'ers: the women behind the YA adaptation. Horst, Carole 437
'Get this out of my hair or I'll take it out myself!'. Williams, Tyler James Interview 272
'Inherent Vice' NYFF premiere. Brief article 108
'Men, Women & Children' L.A. premiere. Brief article 101
'Quest' looking for a rain of heroes. Flores, Terry Brief article 155
A job well done: heart-tugging skein bridges the gap between CEOs and working staff. Grosz, Christy 1019
Actors sail into spotlight: Hilary Swank to mentor up-and-comers. Riley, Jenelle 575
Aggressive Netflix muscles into movies. Lang, Brent; Spangler, Todd 1355
Antalya mayor has big dreams for town and fest. Vivarelli, Nick Brief article 196
B.O. success launches Chinn dynasty: with new shingle Lightbox, doc producer sees growth by partnering with his showrunner cousin. Dawtrey, Adam 680
Back on the block: nearly two decades on, the veteran boy band's Boston roots still show. Saval, Malina 940
Berwick's Bailiwick: Mine Riches From Niches: fast-rising NBCU exec tasked with growing smaller players in crowded landscape. Littleton, Cynthia 649
Carousel of Hope spins evening of Glitz, generosity. Holman, Jordyn 372
CEO Compensation Pops near the top. Weinstein, Shelli Brief article 235
Cinema queen's gambit. Lang, Brent 1520
Content drives CTC's future: media giant looks to new platforms to grow revenue streams. Tizard, Will 551
Craig Ferguson snags Malibu beach house. David, Mark Brief article 263
Cristela. Lowry, Brian Television program review 117
Davis looks to serve others: actress tells of personal connection with the Hunger Is initiative. Friedlander, Whitney Brief article 300
Dedicated to strength: Witherspoon drawn to mandate of the Malala Fund. Riley, Jenelle Brief article 297
Despite choppy start, little fish deserve chance to learn to swim: with more money in indie pipeline, more budding filmmakers go to school of hard knocks. Bart, Peter 532
Drama drives Gaul's global conquest: foreign buyers mark rise of viable series. Keslassy, Elsa 750
Erick Morillo buts house in the sky. 349
Erick Morillo buts house in the sky. Saperstein, Pat Brief article 131
Expansionist outlook: global distributor arrives at Mipcom armed to the teeth with shows. Barraclough, Leo 966
Fangs for nothing. Foundas, Scott Movie review 861
Film box office grosses: Oct. 3-5, 2014. Statistical table 1718
Film studio scorecard. Brief article 126
Fonda inspires teens: 'hope is the best contraceptive,' the star says of her mission. Dore, Shalini Brief article 279
Francesco Yates: mentored by Pharrell, the Canadian teen has a soulful falsetto that's, well, hair-raising. Friend, David Brief article 199
From the mailroom to Mipcom personality of the year Simon Cowell's drive to succeed grew from humble beginnings. Grosz, Christy 639
Global Temperature: what's hot and what's not in select territories. Fuente, Anna Marie de la; Keslassy, Elsa; Barraclough, Leo 852
Glossary. 155
Hamptons Int'l Film Festival and Variety present break through thesps: our annual look at artists who are making waves. 3074
Historic 'book': market launches with epic miniseries. Saval, Malina Brief article 221
In scripted arena, Red Arrow Int'l embraces event concept: streaming services like Netflix, Amazon up ante for more in-depth dramas. Barraclough, Leo 337
Indie flame burns bright: Megan Ellison, Molly Smith and Gigi Pritzker make sure auteur-driven midbudget movies make it to the screen with creativity and care. Foundas, Scott 2801
Julia Ormond. Birnbaum, Debra Interview 443
Kavanaugh to receive first Sherak Award. Weinstein, Shelli 286
Kid Lit Spawns Series: producers bank on publishing houses for fresh children's fare. Hendrickson, Paula 526
Langley's Vital work: mentoring women around the world expands exec's horizons. Holman, Jordyn Brief article 284
Latino viewers key to Aud's new majority: Hispanics share and comment on content in both languages. Brief article 187
Left Behind. Barker, Andrew Movie review 143
Legit grosses: final numbers for week 19 (Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 2014). 1790
Let the good times roil. Brief article 158
Local shows and co-prods feed success of TV fiction: Int'l sales jump 3096 in three years. Dale, Martin Brief article 293
Local-lingo spoken here: media giant invests in Russian series as ratings mark big hike. Tizard, Will 546
Lumiere shines a light on classics: Burgeoning Lyon fest features tributes to Pedro Almodovar, Faye Dunaway. Lodge, Guy 503
Magical Girl. Debruge, Peter Movie review 120
Making their own breaks: with their first two films already garnering Oscar buzz, and a third in the can, Pacific Standard producers Reese Witherspoon and Bruna Papandrea are becoming a force for female-driven material. Riley, Jenelle 1644
Marshland. Weissberg, Joy Movie review 113
Music stream grows: revenues from subscription and ad-supported services boosted the biz, but couldn't offset the decline in downloads and physical formats. Ault, Susanne Statistical data 238
Must attend. Calendar 155
Narrow appeal for fest faves: culture ministry aims to broaden the reach of Turkish films. Vivarelli, Nick 342
Netflix disrupts local VOD market: competition for content gets more intense. Dale, Martin Brief article 309
Not 'terrible,' just ordinary. Chang, Justin Movie review 1043
Nurturing Cinema's Young Turks: created to boost local filmmakers, 50-year-old sprocket opera revamps for growth. Vivarelli, Nick 575
One toke over sublime. Foundas, Scott Movie review 1138
Opening doors: opportunity, mentorship Mark AFI Directing Workshop. Weinstein, Shelli Brief article 268
Pacific standard bearers: upcoming projects from the femme-centric banner are earning plenty of buzz. Brief article 139
Paradise in Service. Lee, Maggie Movie review 109
Players. Brief article 110
Poster's toil and blood. Caranicas, Peter Brief article 191
Production chart. Brief article 160
Reality twist: unscripted fare aims for fresh aud engagement. Barraclough, Leo Brief article 253
Santa Clarita bucks trend. Horst, Carole Brief article 192
Say what? 139
Sean Hates' Hancock Park Sale Sequel. Brief article 179
Speed-the-Plow. Benedict, David Theater review 112
Star opens doors to health: the Lopez Family Foundation aims for small hits and big impact care. Barker, Andrew Brief article 305
Sudsy 'virgin' delivers charm. Lowry, Brian Television program review 516
Taking pride, making strides: Variety's 2014 Women's Impact Report highlights talented game-changers working to innovate in the entertainment industry. 8845
The Affair. Lowry, Brian Television program review 107
The master plan behind SoftBank's big spending. Graser, Marc 666
This doll shocks, but devils in the details. Foundas, Scott Movie review 944
Tooned in to femme issues. Torrelio, Sebastian Brief article 307
TV ratings: finals for week 1 with 3-day DVR Playback Sept. 22-28, 2014. Statistical table 470
TV ratings: projected primetime shows for week 2 (Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 2014). Statistical table 454
Women call shots for Fox football. Cohen, David S. 510
Women in Film: Schulman advocates level playing field for talented women. Noonan, Kevin 313
Women of Awards Season. Gray, Tim 448
Wright place. David, Mark Brief article 177
You Can't Take It With You. Stasio, Marilyn Theater review 123

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