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Starz Denver International Film Festival Readies for 29th Edition

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire November 10, 2006 at 12:32AM

Two hundred films, including two world, five North American and eight U.S. premieres are on tap for the 29th Starz Denver International Film Festival taking place November 9 - 19 in the mile high city. The fest will open with Anthony Minghella's "Breaking and Entering" and close with Werner Herzog's "Rescue Dawn." Minghella as well as actor Tim Robbins, and filmmaker George Kuchar will be feted by the fest, and the event will spotlight Canadian film. "We are very excited to announce the lineup for the 29th Starz Denver Film Festival," commented festival director Ron Henderson in a statement. "This year's program is notable for its geographic diversity enhanced by a 15-film salute to Canadian cinema, and illuminated by more than 140 visiting film artists from around the world, including directors Anthony Minghella, Allan King, and Wu Tianming, and actors Tim Robbins, David Strathairn, and Scott Wilson." For more information, visit the festival's website. [Brian Brooks]
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Two hundred films, including two world, five North American and eight U.S. premieres are on tap for the 29th Starz Denver International Film Festival taking place November 9 - 19 in the mile high city. The fest will open with Anthony Minghella's "Breaking and Entering" and close with Werner Herzog's "Rescue Dawn." Minghella as well as actor Tim Robbins, and filmmaker George Kuchar will be feted by the fest, and the event will spotlight Canadian film. "We are very excited to announce the lineup for the 29th Starz Denver Film Festival," commented festival director Ron Henderson in a statement. "This year's program is notable for its geographic diversity enhanced by a 15-film salute to Canadian cinema, and illuminated by more than 140 visiting film artists from around the world, including directors Anthony Minghella, Allan King, and Wu Tianming, and actors Tim Robbins, David Strathairn, and Scott Wilson." For more information, visit the festival's website. [Brian Brooks]