Round Up

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Activist investor Carl Icahn has revealed details of the offer he launched this week to purchase debt of around $325m in studio Lionsgate. He has said he will not push for a sale of the company if his offer, of between 73 and 75 cents in the dollar, is accepted.

Judi Krant’s Made in China, her debut feature, has won the narrative feature jury competition prize at the SXSW Film Festival. That Evening Sun, directed by Scott Teems, won the audience award. Here’s an interview with Krant and one with Teems.

Neil Gaiman gave a terrific interview on The Colbert Report, which you can watch here.

Ray Stephenson says the Rome movie is going ahead.

Alex  Proyas is currently in the process of guest-blogging for /Film and his most recent post concerns the plane crash scene in Knowing.

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