Scola will direct jury at Paris Film Festival

Masters, Charles
February 2001
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;02/13/2001, Vol. 366 Issue 48, p45
Reports that Italian director Ettore Scola will head the jury of the 16th 2001 Paris Film Festival, which will pay tribute to Italian cinema. Names of the other jury members; Number of films to be featured in the festival.


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