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BEIJING (Reuters) – Hollywood’s push for greater access to China’s booming film market – delayed since last year – has become tangled in broader trade talks between Washington and Beijing, a potentially thorny position amid whipsawing trade relations. FILE PHOTO: People watch a movie at a cinema in Wanda Group’s Oriental Movie Metropolis ahead of
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CANNES, France (Reuters) – An unusual Scandinavian movie about a relationship between two outsiders that Variety said was “destined to be a cult classic”, won the Un Certain Regard prize at Cannes on Friday. 71st Cannes Film Festival – Un Certain Regard Prize – Cannes, France. May 18, 2018. Eva Melander and producer Nina Bisgaard
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CAP D’ANTIBES, France (Reuters) – Stars, models and the super-rich gathered on the French Riviera on Thursday for a charity dinner considered the most glamorous night of the Cannes Film Festival, but there was one notable absence: Harvey Weinstein. Until this year, the movie mogul rarely missed the AmfAR dinner, put on by the U.S.-based
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CANNES, France (Reuters) – With its characters herding cattle through an austere, dusty landscape, “The Harvesters” bears a passing resemblance to a Western. But the setting of the movie, which won critical acclaim for its first-time director in Cannes, is not the Wild West but South Africa, and its cowboys are Afrikaners, a community that
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