Golden Bug winner Ahrne consults

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The Swedish Film Institute has appointed director Marianne Ahrne, who won the Golden Bug for her 1976 film “Near and Far Away” as a consultant.

“Having realized most of my own dreams, I look forward to helping others realize theirs,” Ahrne said. She replaces Lena Hansson Varhegyi, who joined the Danish Film Institute as a film consultant Sept. 1.

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