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Cinema Libre and Corsan Team for "Dublin"

By Brian Brooks | Indiewire December 30, 2008 at 5:47AM

Belgian-based Corsan and Cinema Libre will partner for the U.S. theatrical debut of "Waiting for Dublin," with a planned March 13 New York open.
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Belgian-based Corsan and Cinema Libre will partner for the U.S. theatrical debut of "Waiting for Dublin," with a planned March 13 New York open.

The Irish comedy, directed by Roger Tucker, stars Andrew Keegan as a '40s era fighter pilot who meets a stranger (Karl Shiels) who bets him he can't become a war ace by shooting down at least five enemy aircraft. Upon sobering up and shipping out, Mike realizes that the bet was made in actuality for $10,000 and, that Vito's uncle -- who witnessed the contract -- was none other than the notorious Al Capone...

Headquartered in L.A., Cinema Libre's recent releases include "Angels in the Dust," "Raising Flagg," and "My First Wedding."

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