Kelly, Brendan
August 2012
Variety;8/27/2012, Vol. 428 Issue 3, p28
Entertainment Review
The article discusses the 2012 Montreal World Film Festival scheduled from August 23 to September 3 in Montreal, Quebec, focusing on festival director Serge Losique's refusal to collaborate with other Canadian film festivals and festival funding by the Quebec film financing agency Sodec.


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