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Danish director Anders Ostergaard’s doc “Tintin and Me,” won the EuroDoc prize at Norway’s European Documentary Film Festival in Oslo, which wrapped April 4. The award secures the film, about the Belgian creator of the 75-year-old cartoon Tintin character, Norwegian distribution on DVD and video.

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    Danish director Anders Ostergaard’s doc “Tintin and Me,” won the EuroDoc prize at Norway’s European Documentary Film Festival in Oslo, which wrapped April 4. The award secures the film, about the Belgian creator of the 75-year-old cartoon Tintin character, Norwegian distribution on DVD and video.

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