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Sundance deal-making starts slowly, but finally takes off

After several days of toe-dipping, buyers in Park City finally took the plunge and closed a flurry of deals at the weekend.Corporate stablemates Picturehouse and New Line swooped on rights to Seth Gordon's Slamdance documentary The King Of Kong.The Weinstein Company paid in the region of $4m for worldwide rights to the tear-jerking Iraq widower drama Grace Is Gone and Magnolia Pictures ...

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