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Germany’s Kinostar bows fund

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A new fund seeking to raise euro7.5 million ($6.85 million) has been launched by German production company, Kinostar Filmproduktion, looking to back two English lingo projects, “Bounty Hunters” and “The Bomb Squad.”

Company is run by the Kinostar exhibition chain shareholders, Sasha Seiffert, and Matthias and Michael Roesch, as well as Web site Kinkasse.de.

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