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“Dallaire,” an account of the experiences of United Nations peacekeeper Romeo Dallaire during the Rwandan genocide, and “Silk,” about the Far East silk trade from the team that produced “The Red Violin,” are among 12 features greenlit by federal funding agency Telefilm Canada.

Telefilm is doling out C$19.5 million ($15.7 million) for 2005-2006: $11.3 million for eight English-language features and $4.4 million for four French-language projects. Forty-seven English-language and 43 French-language projects applied for funding.

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