I, the jury: Two weeks of festival decisions

Champlin, Charles
March 1997
Variety;03/24/97 Supplement, Vol. 366 Issue 8, p24
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Focuses on the jurors of Cannes Film Festival. Discreet pressures placed upon Cannes jurors; Abiding lesson learned in serving on a film festival jury; List of jurors in the 1980 Cannes Film Festival; Equality between the Special Jury Prize and Palme d'Or.


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