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Strike nerves unsettle AFM business

Business at the AFM has painted a picture of a divided market. Tangible top tier product was in demand, as always, but most buyers and sellers were bemoaning one of the slowest markets in years.Pre-strike jitters left their mark as buyers anxious to fill pipelines for 2009 and early 2010 were reportedly wary of committing to fragile projects with uncertain cast and start dates. Talent prices are at a premium, with actors committing to too many films and projects racing to get ...

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