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New book in the collection: Sovereign acts

Sovereign Acts explores how artists, activists, and audiences performed and interpreted sovereignty struggles in the Panama Canal Zone, from the Canal Zone’s inception in 1903 to its dissolution in 1999. 112 more words


'Motherland': Sundance Now Acquires British Comedy Series For May Premiere - Watch The Trailer

Sundance Now, AMC Networks’ premium video streaming service, has acquired the BAFTA-nominated hit British television series Motherland from Lionsgate, which has worldwide rights to the comedy. 279 more words

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Library Update and Horror Addicts

An update is WAY overdue. For the record, I have been down with a cold for almost two weeks, but the upside of that was borrowing The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown, and between falling asleep listening to narration and reading the book (on Kindle), I made it through 683 pages in about four days. 343 more words


New Acquisition from Holden Brothers' Circus

The Holden Brothers’ Circus, founded in 1892 by Adolphus Holden (1868-1938), was one of the longest running family circus’ in Australia. With thanks to his grandchildren, Francis, Barry and Maree, the Australian Performing Arts Collection is now home to a unique photographic collection capturing a specific moment in the nation’s performing arts history. 311 more words


'Worst Roommate Ever' Acquired By Blumhouse In A First For Both Film & TV; 'Furious's Chris Morgan On Board

EXCLUSIVE: Blumhouse has acquired the rights to adapt the New York Magazine article “Worst Roommate Ever” about a serial squatter and murderer in what will be the first project developed simultaneously for both film and television at Blumhouse. 468 more words

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Gravitas Acquires 'Alt-Right: Age of Rage' Docu; Cleopatra Nabs Crime Drama 'Making A Killing'

Gravitas Ventures has secured the U.S. distribution rights to the Adam Bhala Lough-directed documentary Alt-Right: Age of Rage, which had its world premiere at SXSW.   192 more words

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Vin Diesel, The H Collective Acquire 'xXx' Franchise Rights Before Fourth Installment

The H Collective and Vin Diesel/One Race Films have acquired rights to the xXx franchise from Revolution Studios, and Diesel will reprise his role as Xander Cage in the fourth installment that will go before cameras in December 2018. 369 more words

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