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International Trade

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  • Global Biz Drives Locarno's Industry Days

    LOCARNO -From 2010, when it launched its Industry Days screenings, few festivals in the world have ramped up their industry activities so forcefully as Switzerland's Locarno Fest. 2011 saw a Carte Blanche pix-on-post showcase, focusing to date on a fast-...
  • Wild Bunch, Memento Lead France's Locarno Charge

    LOCARNO -- Who said the French took the whole of August off? Led by sales cos Wild Bunch and Memento Films Intl., broadcast net Arte France and promo org Unifrance, a huge cavalcade of French companies and institutions is beginning to descend on...
  • Shah Rukh Khan's 'Chennai Express' is B.O. locomotive

    HONG KONG -- Shah Rukh Khan's escapist Eid holiday picture "Chennai Express" has taken off like a runaway train in both India and international markets. In India, the film enjoyed a first day score net box office score of $542,000 (INR33.12) and a two...
  • Letters: Free trade and American jobs

    Re "Where the jobs are," Opinion, Jan. 2 Jeff Danziger's piece is a veiled call for protectionism. He notes that in the last 20 years, the countries around the world that have ditched communism are now producing goods to sell to Americans. He says...
  • Federal Policy on Drug Busts May Finally Be Entering the 21st Century

    Federal Policy on Drug Busts May Finally Be Entering the 21st Century
    Holy Brainstorms Batman! The feds finally figured out the War on Drugs is a bust that's costing us billions, hasn't stopped the dopers, and is filling prisons with people who shouldn't be there! That was the underlying message of U.S. Attorney General...
  • Russian Cinema: Searching for Homegrown Hits

    While the Russian box office has been exploding over the past few years, some see growth in different terms. The Russian market is still at an embryonic stage, in the sense that it was still evolving from an industry dependent on state aid to one...
  • Deep Pockets, Family Feel at Mark Burnett's One Three Media

    Mark Burnett's One Three Media is run like a family business -- albeit one with a well-heeled new member in Hearst Corp. Burnett by design has kept the company lean at its core, with about 30 full-time staffers, so as to maintain focus on quality not...
  • Gun laws and human nature

    In 1983 when President Reagan ordered the deployment of missiles in Europe as part of his "peace through strength" strategy to counter the Soviet Union, the very liberal town of Takoma Park, Md., declared itself a "nuclear free zone." City officials...
  • Europe bails itself out, for now

    PARIS -- The latest, and 20th, European "summit" meeting, held last week in Brussels, was symbolically a defeat for Germany's Angela Merkel, who agreed that Europe's permanent bailout fund could directly recapitalize certain troubled euro-zone banks after...
  • Twitter faces new pressure to boost global ad revenue

    Twitter faces new pressure to boost global ad revenue
    SAN FRANCISCO — Fans of "Castle in the Sky" in Japan set a world record in August when they sent 143,199 tweets in a single second while watching a rerun of the 1986 anime classic on television. The social media frenzy that took place thousands of...
  • Daniel Radcliffe's 'F Word' Landing at American Film Market

    Daniel Radcliffe's romantic comedy "The F Word," Idris Elba's "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" and Cory Monteith's "McCanick," have landed showings at the American Film Market during its Nov. 6-13 run. AFM annnounced Thursday it will screen 402 films,...
  • After a spruce-up, Waikiki Beach looks even better

    After a spruce-up, Waikiki Beach looks even better
    HONOLULU — The giant sandbox known as Waikiki Beach, a sunny two-mile-long strip of paradise, welcomes 4.5 million tourists annually. There's only one problem: The sand that makes the beach famous has been slipping into the sea for years,...