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The first ever Dubai Motorcycle Film Festival kicks off with a roar
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Karlovy Vary film festival opens with film about Czech athlete
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Romanian documentary Collective wins European film award
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The FIFDH kicks off in virtual format for its 19th edition
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'Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn' wins best film at Berlinale
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Kosovo drama 'Hive' wins three awards at Sundance Film Festival
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Swedish nurse becomes Gothenburg Film Festival's only participant
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El Gouna Film Festival supports MENA films during global pandemic
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