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June 13, 1998 | JAN HERMAN
"Smoke Signals," a movie about the Native American experience, has won the top prize at the first San Diego World Film Festival, which ended Thursday. The jury named "Smoke Signals" the best American independent feature film in a competition that exhibited roughly 80 entries and some 300 screenings over 10 days in downtown San Diego, a festival spokesman said.
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June 13, 1998 | JAN HERMAN
"Smoke Signals," a movie about the Native American experience, has won the top prize at the first San Diego World Film Festival, which ended Thursday. The jury named "Smoke Signals" the best American independent feature film in a competition that exhibited roughly 80 entries and some 300 screenings over 10 days in downtown San Diego, a festival spokesman said.
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June 2, 1998 | JAN HERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Diego World Film Festival opens today with David Mackay's thriller "A Lesser Evil," starring Tony Goldwyn and David Paymer, and closes June 11 with Des McAnuff's film-directing debut, "Cousin Bette," a comedy starring Jessica Lange and Elisabeth Shue. The international movie festival will present some 80 domestic and foreign films over the course of 300 screenings, festival artistic director and co-organizer Herbert Margolis said Monday.
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June 2, 1998 | JAN HERMAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The San Diego World Film Festival opens today with David Mackay's thriller "A Lesser Evil," starring Tony Goldwyn and David Paymer, and closes June 11 with Des McAnuff's film-directing debut, "Cousin Bette," a comedy starring Jessica Lange and Elisabeth Shue. The international movie festival will present some 80 domestic and foreign films over the course of 300 screenings, festival artistic director and co-organizer Herbert Margolis said Monday.
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June 13, 1998 | SHAUNA SNOW
TELEVISION Marching On: A tearful Katie Couric spoke for the first time about dealing with the "permanent damage" done to her heart by the January death of her husband, Jay Monahan. "The last year of my life is still too difficult to grasp and too painful to recount," the "Today" show co-host told a gathering of 1,300 businesswomen in New York Thursday. Couric, 41, said her world fell apart with Monahan's death from colon cancer at age 42. "[But] I drag my rear out of bed. . . .
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