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Articles from Variety (April 12, 2016)

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Title Author Type Words
"The Dozens": March 17, 1969. Wagmeister, Elizabeth Interview 421
'Breaking Bad' boss bidding bye-bye to byrd-built abode. David, Mark 839
'Dead' still rules as most popular series on TV. Brief article 102
'It is other people's money--you can't force them to give it to you': Terence Davies. Lang, Brent Interview 362
A 'Little' luck led to massive marketshare: the digital stereo pioneer has amplified the big screen experience and earned billions for exhibitors. Idelson, Karen 620
A bid to become 'Movie City': growth of sprocket opera aligns with a cultural boom in the world's country music capital. Feldman, Dana 1022
A decade of distinction. Cox, Cordon Company overview 1578
American Grit. Lowry, Brian Television program review 122
Antlia Pneumatica. Stasio, Marilyn Theater review 130
Behind the race to retool movie theaters. Lang, Brent 1029
Colcoa parlays social scene to slate: L.A.'s French-language showcase mixes popular entries with issue-driven pics that reflect the current Zeitgeist. Keslassy, Elsa 805
Confirmation. Lowry, Brian Movie review 469
Conjuring a Bright Spirit Roger Ebert's widow, Chaz, ensures his imprint remains on the festival he founded. Verini, Bob 527
Country icon defined Bakersfield sound. In memoriam 392
Criminal. Barker, Andrew Movie review 166
D.p. tools liven 'confirmation'. Galas, Marj Brief article 169
Even in a blockbuster world, indies can thrive: the key to survival is understanding and catering to the right audience. Blair, Iain 1235
Game of Silence. Lowry, Brian Television program review 648
Hollywood attorneys guide the biz: defending high-profile clients in court, cutting deals for corporate mergers, and shaping multimillion-dollar pre-nups is all in a day's work for these pros. Atkin, Hillary; Blair, Iain; Longwell, Todd; Marich, Robert; Seikaly, Andrea 8726
Honoring women with power and passion. Littleton, Cynthia Conference news 401
Julieta. Debruce, Peter Movie review 1169
Legal eagle uses showbiz ties to save lives: Variety's first Power of Law honoree Kenneth Kleinberg drives kidney research org. Saval, Malina 1316
Maestros, stars and emerging talents honored: from Bad Moms' to 'Star Wars' and 'Zombieland,' theater owners' confab salutes key creatives of impactful (and hopeful) pics in Las Vegas. Cavassuto, Maria; McClendon, Lamarco; Sage, Alyssa 1892
Malibu market makeover. Sage, Alyssa 110
Minority report: hope in Hollywood. Cray, Tim 572
Nonfiction pics put truth up front: filmmakers place family and social issues under the microscope. 3417
Platform wars: Facebook holds the crown among digital media properties, but as Snapchat's users age, it could give the stalwart a run for its money. Ault, Susanne Brief article 332
Production chart. Brief article 131
Rain. Verini, Bob Theater review 131
RFD-TV's dramatic fight for rural rights: channel that speaks to heartland engages in continual battle to maintain its place in riled-up cable rotation. Kosser, Michael 686
Say what? 137
Schumer's penthouse for sale. David, Mark Brief article 155
Shows building buzz in a less-frantic pilot season. Littleton, Cynthia 585
Storytelling with a Next-Gen Twist with fresh emphasis on TV, digital content and virtual reality, NYC fest blurs edges. Kaufman, Anthony Conference notes 1383
Sunset Boulevard. Trueman, Matt Theater review 679
The Boss. Chang, Justin Movie review 617
The Cannes do's and don'ts of Mip TV. Brief article 292
The gentle giant. Rainey, James Interview 3458
The Last Panthers. Ryan, Maureen Television program review 964
They saw the light--and want you to see it, too: aim is for brighter theater experience in 2D and 3D alike. Longwell, Todd 498
Today the multiplex, tomorrow the ... phone? Theatrical 3D giant turns its eyes to upgrading all pictures on all screens. Cohen, David S. 720
Venezuelan filmmakers are on the brink: the nation's political and economic upheaval spills over to the screen, limiting showings and busting budgets. De La Fuente, Anna Marie 1101
WE day. Brief article 102
Why smaller may be better when watching blockbusters: big-screen images are tasty, but home-viewed bite-sized chunks offer their own satisfaction. Lowry, Brian 625

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