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"Paris, Je T'Aime" to Open an Expanded RiverRun Fest in North Carolina

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire March 30, 2007 at 4:49AM

Thirty-four features and 61 shorts are on tap for the 2007 RiverRun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem, NC, taking place April 18 - 23. The festival annually features a spotlight on animation and Eastern European cinema and has expanded to six days for this year's edition. The festival will launch with Cannes '06 film "Paris, Je T'Aime," a film divided into vignettes about love in the City of Lights set in 18 different neighborhoods and directed separately by notable filmmakers. Mark Evans' "Snow Cake" will screen as the festival's Centerpiece premiere, while the closing night event will feature a Technicolor print of the classic 1938 Errol Flynn swashbuckler "The Adventures of Robin Hood." For more information, including RiverRun's narrative and doc competition line up as well as special screenings, visit their website. [Brian Brooks]
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Thirty-four features and 61 shorts are on tap for the 2007 RiverRun International Film Festival in Winston-Salem, NC, taking place April 18 - 23. The festival annually features a spotlight on animation and Eastern European cinema and has expanded to six days for this year's edition. The festival will launch with Cannes '06 film "Paris, Je T'Aime," a film divided into vignettes about love in the City of Lights set in 18 different neighborhoods and directed separately by notable filmmakers. Mark Evans' "Snow Cake" will screen as the festival's Centerpiece premiere, while the closing night event will feature a Technicolor print of the classic 1938 Errol Flynn swashbuckler "The Adventures of Robin Hood." For more information, including RiverRun's narrative and doc competition line up as well as special screenings, visit their website. [Brian Brooks]