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Cannes Backs Anti-screen Quota Cut Protests
Anti-screen quota reduction protests were held at the Cannes International Film Festival. Actor Choi Min-sik and director Bong Joon-ho joined in. Through the release of a statement, the board of directors of the Cannes International Film Festival also acknowledged their support to the cause.
CANNES '06 MARKET DAILY: Magnolia Makes a Deal For Host
by Eugene Hernandez and Tamara Schweitzer (May 24, 2006)
Buyers and sellers began checking out of the Marche du Film Wednesday, some heading back to their home offices. But many others stayed longer in Cannes to try to close another deal or two before exiting Cannes. In a rare deal from an Americ,...More
Korean Blockbuster The City of Violence Makes Inroads into the U.S.
The Korean film "The City of Violence", released on May 25 in the Republic of Korea, is being distributed by the major American film distribution company, the Weinstein Company. "The City of Violence" also draws attention in that its director Ryu Seung-wan plays the protagonist in the film.
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