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Indie producers must have a financing plan in place; we do not shop projects.Alta Produccion Cuesta de San Vicente, 428008 Madrid, Spain Phone: +34-91-542-2702Fax: +34-91-542-8777Email: [email protected] site: Belen Bernuy, executive producer; Carlo D’Ursi, assistant to executive producer Biz: Co-produces films in Europe and Latin America with budgets up to E3.5 million (.23 million).Recent pics: “Rencor,” “Triple Agent,” “Te doy mis ojos” (Take My Eyes) Amaze Film & Television6 Pardee Ave., Suite 103Toronto, Ontario, M6K 3H5, Canada Phone: (416) 588-7839Fax: (416) 588-7276Email: [email protected] site: Michael Souther, Teza Lawrence, producers; Kirsta Teague, development executive Biz: Produces commercially driven stories for film and TV in a variety of budget ranges.

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Last year, Stephan Hawking said: "The development of full artificial intelligence could spell the end of the human race.

“It would take off on its own, and re-design itself at an ever increasing rate.

Aegis Entertainment Group7510 Sunset Blvd., Suite 275Los Angeles, CA 90046Phone: (323) 848-7977Fax: (323) 848-7989Email: [email protected]: Arianna Eisenberg-Ravid, Donald C.

Rogers Biz: Produces medium to high budget — $30 million-$100 million-plus — pictures.

Recent pics: “Shamrock Boy,” “Black Jacques,” “Raven”Advice: We are interested in dramas and action/thrillers, but do not accept unsolicited material unless submitted through agents.

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Roman, Stephen Saltzman, partners Biz: Provides legal representation in all aspects of film and television projects, including tax-advantaged financing, subsidies, co-financing and co-production arrangements around the world.

Recent pics: “Ask the Dust,” “Hostage,” “Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow”Advice: Call or email us.

Google have released astonishing footage showing a humanoid robot called Atlas sprinting through a forest.

Although the scene may looking like something from a horror movie, it actually marks a watershed in the development of robots which mimic humans.

Standing 6ft 2in tall and weighing a hefty 24 stone, the mechanical monster is capable of bounding down paths unaided, as well as ominously creeping through the bushes.

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