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Danish director Lone Scherfig’s “Italian for Beginners” won the grand prize at the 17th Warsaw Intl. Film Festival, which wrapped Sunday.

Festival posted about 62,000 admissions — up 6,000 from last year.

At the fest, Polish director Andrzej Wajda announced the establishment of his school for film directors, a one-year program of master classes.

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