April 2004
Variety;4/19/2004, Vol. 394 Issue 10, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the diplomatic conflict between Great Britain and Canada triggered by the refusal of the latter to certify the motion picture "River King," starring Edward Burns under the Anglo-Canadian co-production treaty. Reaction of the co-producers and financiers of the film; Warning issued by Telefilm, a state funding organization in Canada, concerning the film; Comments from Peter James of Movision.


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