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Sylvain Chomet signs up for ménage-a-trois

Four-time Oscar nominated and BAFTA winning director Sylvain Chromet has partnered with Dirty Films and Hush London for all live action and animation commercial work respectively.

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RSA Signs David Karlak

Globally renowned production powerhouse RSA Films is pleased to announce filmmaker David Karlak has signed on for commercial representation. The news was announced today by Jules Daly, President, RSA Films.

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No place to stay? Try Notfairbnb

Brussels has a homeless problem that has doubled from 2,603 to nearly 5,500 in three years. Add to this the fact that 50,000 people have no fixed address and this country of just over one million people has a big problem on its hands especially now in the middle of winter.

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Run-DMC sues Wal-Mart, Amazon for 50 million

Darryl "D.M.C.," McDaniels, founder of RUN-D.M.C has just filed a law suit against Jet.com Amazon and Walmart for at least fifty million. for selling merchandize without their permission, including walle

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Star Wars billboards pay tribute to Carrie Fisher

Fans and friends alike mourn the passing of Carrie Fischer. Just hours after her death was announced these billboards honoring the late actress popped up in South Carolina.

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Yelp acts as garbagemen for improper reviews

In Honolulu, Hawaii, Cafe 8 1/2 thought it was a great idea to post a sign on front of their establishment that says "If you voted for Trump you cannot eat here. No Nazis."

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Digital Paid Media is a fraud Part 2: Russians cost ad networks 180 million.

With the use of ad blockers on the rise, malware still rampant and Facebook constantly overstating how well its ad metric works it's a wonder more clients aren't shifting their digital budgets elsewhere.

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Musicians fight back against thieves with a camoflauge tuner.

Musicians already have it tough making ends meet thanks to horrible streaming royalty rates.

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