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Post by Admin on Thu Mar 03, 2011 7:39 pm

http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/what-oscar-winners-are-doing-163950

What the Oscar Winners Are Doing Next
5:53 PM 3/3/2011 by Jay A. Fernandez

Emile Sherman, Iain Canning, Gareth Unwin
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The big winners at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards are planning their next projects.

THR takes a look at what this Year’s Academy Award Winners are doing next:

♦ Emile Sherman, Iain Canning and Gareth Unwin Best picture, The King’s Speech

IN THE CAN: Canning and Sherman’s Sydney-based See-Saw Films has Oranges and Sunshine, a period drama about the British government’s deportation of orphans to Australia, set for release in April in the U.K. Unwin, who runs London-based Bedlam Productions, served as a line producer on The Flying Machine, a U.K. animated family film.

UP NEXT: See-Saw is producing Shame, a drama from director/co-writer Steve McQueen starring Carey Mulligan and Michael Fassbender, which is filming in New York.

ON THE RADAR: Canning and Sherman are developing American English, a romantic comedy from writer-director Ian Iqbal Rashid. Unwin is putting together The Lady Who Went Too Far, which could reteam him with King’s Speech scribe David Seidler.
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Picture wrapped on SHAME today. Cast and crew have been incredible. See-Saw's 1st US film.
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http://calamitychang.blogspot.com/2011/06/forbidden-city-burlesque-my-first-sex.html?zx=cd0c3ee2bdd4a5a3

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http://www.variety.com/article/VR1118042720?categoryid=13&cs=1&cmpid=RSS|News|LatestNews

Posted: Tue., Sep. 13, 2011, 8:10am PT
Alta takes 'Shame' in Spain
Michael Fassbender starrer screens at San Sebastian
By Emiliano De Pablos
'Shame'

MADRID -- Spain's top arthouse/crossover distributor Alta Films has bought local distribution rights to Steve McQueen's tale of sexual addiction "Shame," whose lede thesp Michael Fassbender won the best actor nod at the Venice festival on Saturday.

Execs at Alta and London-based sales company Hanway Films negotiated the deal at the Toronto festival.

Shame's" Spanish premiere will take place Sept. 21 at the San Sebastian festival, where pic screens as part of the main Zabaltegi-Pearls sidebar.

Spanish distribbery sources confirmed that McQueen and Fassbender will attend the San Sebastian screening.

Madrid-based distrib-exhibitor Alta will have a strong presence at this year's San Sebastian edition, which kicks off Friday.

Sarah Polley-directed extramarital affair drama "Take this Waltz," an Alta pickup, contends in Competition.

Other Spanish premieres by Alta-handled movies at San Sebastian include Michel Hazanavicius' Cannes hit "The Artist," and Nadine Labaki's comedy "Where Do We Go Now?," with both titles also screening in Zabaltegi-Pearls.

Contact the Variety newsroom at news@variety.com
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