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AFP: French director Luc Besson awarded top Serbian film prize

By Indiewire | Indiewire January 2, 2007 at 10:56AM

French film director Luc Besson was awarded the highest Serbian film prize, the "Golden Seal," for his "contribution to the art of cinematography." Noting that the US cinematography "has become more like an industry after a long domination," Besson said the audience "is getting bored with it." "That is why in France, but also in other European countries, the audience is turning back its attention to a national cinematography," the 47-year old director said. AFP reports.
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French film director Luc Besson was awarded the highest Serbian film prize, the "Golden Seal," for his "contribution to the art of cinematography." Noting that the US cinematography "has become more like an industry after a long domination," Besson said the audience "is getting bored with it." "That is why in France, but also in other European countries, the audience is turning back its attention to a national cinematography," the 47-year old director said. AFP reports.





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