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2014-06-12 16:25:04

Experts Will Discuss Intellectual Property, Philanthropy, DOMA Demise LOS ANGELES, June 12, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Jon Landau, producer of Titanic and Avatar, will provide his unique insights into the motion picture business during the Entertainment Industry Conference June 19 at the Hyatt Century Plaza. Produced by the CalCPA Education Foundation, the annual conference attracts an audience of top CPAs, attorneys and advisers who serve the entertainment industry. This year's...

2012-04-14 23:01:38

-12- The science fiction novelette by Matthew Francis-Landau -- twists sci-fi, Vonnegut-like sardonic events into an edgy call-to-duty for all citizens who slumber passively while government destructive folly abounds. Make Life Happen Publishing is releasing this book May 1, 2012. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 13, 2012 The book -12- unfolds in a sci-fi landscape which catapults the reader into edgy, Kurt Vonnegut-like consciousness. -12- challenges the reader to grapple with...

2010-11-01 14:43:00

MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 1, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Not all scrubs are created equal, according to executives at Landau Uniforms, the nation's leading quality health care apparel manufacturer. In fact, company officials are so certain of this quality claim they are launching a re-branding campaign to emphasize Landau as the standard-bearer in functional and fashionable scrubs. The new brand position, "Landau. Made Better," was born from the fact that the third-generation family business has...

2009-09-18 10:31:41

Actor Martin Landau is scheduled to attend the U.S. premiere of his new movie, Lovely, Still, at the upcoming Milwaukee Film Festival, organizers said. The premiere is to take place Oct. 3. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel said the 81-year-old actor is also slated to attend an Oct. 2 screening of Crimes & Misdemeanors, the 1989 Woody Allen film in which he appeared and for which he earned an Academy Award nomination. Landau won an Oscar for his work in the 1994 film, Ed Wood.

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