Sobering thoughts for Euro pic junkies

Gaydos, Steven
July 2003
Variety;7/14/2003, Vol. 391 Issue 8, p6
Trade Publication
Offers observation on European films and the 2003 Karlovy Vary film festival. Response to the debuting competition film ' Buddy,' directed by Morten Tyldum; Obstacles and issues facing European film producers; Comments from Joel Chapron of Unifrance; Prospect facing the film 'Buddy' in the international market.


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