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May 9, 1999 | STEVE HOCHMAN
An American in Cannes? There will be lots for the famed film festival that starts on Wednesday. And most, from movie stars to executives to journalists to mere hangers-on, count on Julie Sisk, 43, the founder and operator of the American Pavilion. The corporate-sponsored home-away-from-home with American food, news and the NBA playoffs live on TV is now in its 12th year. YADA YADA: "Last year we had the final 'Seinfeld' episode on.
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May 9, 1999 | STEVE HOCHMAN
An American in Cannes? There will be lots for the famed film festival that starts on Wednesday. And most, from movie stars to executives to journalists to mere hangers-on, count on Julie Sisk, 43, the founder and operator of the American Pavilion. The corporate-sponsored home-away-from-home with American food, news and the NBA playoffs live on TV is now in its 12th year. YADA YADA: "Last year we had the final 'Seinfeld' episode on.
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March 25, 1994 | ALAN CITRON
With Hollywood film production already running at a feverish pace, add another competitor to the power rolodex. Actor/producer Michael Douglas on Thursday announced that he has formed a company with veteran entertainment executive Steven Reuther. Douglas Reuther Productions is negotiating with possible equity partners, in addition to working on a domestic distribution agreement. One source denied speculation that the company is close to a striking a deal with Warner Bros.
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May 16, 2005 | Mary McNamara, Times Staff Writer
They are here to be aggressive but not pushy. They are here to figure out what they want to do and how to do it. They are here to polish their French, perhaps, but mostly to present their eager young selves to people in the industry -- to, you know, network. They are film students working at the American Pavilion in Cannes, and they are all excited to be here. "It's my first time in Cannes," says Natalie Lopez, a senior at UC Santa Barbara who staffs the hospitality suite's coffee bar.
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