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As If I Am Not There
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Albania's choice for foreign-language Oscar race, American director Joshua Marston's "The Forgiveness of Blood", has been disqualified after the Academy decided it did not have enough local input.
Juanita Wilson's "As If I Am Not There" is Ireland's submission for the foreign-language category for the Academy Awards.
Docu "Hot Coffee," Alaska-set drama "On the Ice" and Indian pic "Gandu" were among juried prizewinners at the 37th Seattle Film Festival, which wrapped on Sunday.
Despite country's economic travails, Ireland's hospitality to co-prods and a widening pool of talent make film sector its great bright hope
Flynn, 45, is one of Ireland's most can-do producers.
Despite her exotic first name, Juanita Wilson is all Irish, born and bred in Dublin, where she lives with her producer husband James Flynn. That said, the director isn't afraid to venture far afield…
The Palm Springs International Film Festival has set French farce "Potiche" as its opening film on Jan. 6 and Justin Chadwick's "The First Grader" as its final feature on Jan. 16.
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