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July 24, 2004 | From Associated Press
Woody Allen will open the 52nd San Sebastian Film Festival in September with the world premiere of his new film, "Melinda and Melinda." The 68-year-old Allen also is to be honored with a lifetime achievement award, and the festival in Spain will show a retrospective of his work as a writer, director and actor, organizers said Friday. His new romantic comedy stars Radha Mitchell, Chloe Sevigny and Jonny Lee Miller. It will not be competing for the festival's top Golden Shell prize.
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July 24, 2004 | From Associated Press
Woody Allen will open the 52nd San Sebastian Film Festival in September with the world premiere of his new film, "Melinda and Melinda." The 68-year-old Allen also is to be honored with a lifetime achievement award, and the festival in Spain will show a retrospective of his work as a writer, director and actor, organizers said Friday. His new romantic comedy stars Radha Mitchell, Chloe Sevigny and Jonny Lee Miller. It will not be competing for the festival's top Golden Shell prize.
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October 10, 1989
A "very private" funeral will be held sometime later this month for Bette Davis, the screen legend who died at age 81 in France, her lawyer said Monday. Miss Davis, who had breast cancer, died Friday night at the American Hospital in Paris. She was en route to her West Hollywood home from the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain, where she had been honored for her 60-year acting career that included two Oscars and 10 nominations.
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May 17, 2001
Mauro Bolognini, 78, a prolific Italian director admired for his skill at adapting works by such writers as Alberto Moravia and Pier Paolo Pasolini, died Monday in Rome. A familiar figure at international film festivals, Bolognini won the top prize at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain in 1966 for his film "Mademoiselle de Maupin," based on a work by the French novelist Theophile Gautier.
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October 7, 1989 | From the Associated Press
Bette Davis, the two-time Oscar winner whose toughness, huge eyes and haughty, cigarette-smoking style made her a movie industry legend, has died at 81, her longtime lawyer said early today. Davis died late Friday in a Paris hospital after returning there from the San Sebastian film festival in Spain, said lawyer Harold Schiff. Davis appeared in more than 80 films, including "Jezebel," "All About Eve," and "Of Human Bondage."
ENTERTAINMENT
August 13, 2011
To promote its Emmy nomination, A&E bought a print ad for "Hoarders" that used quotes from celebrity fan Kathy Griffin. The problem? "Hoarders" and Bravo's "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List" are both nominated in the reality program category. Not happy with her competitor's tactic, Griffin has come out with her own Emmy promo ad that reads, "Quoting me in an Emmy ad? Bravo, Hoarders. BRAVO. " Griffin is pictured among stacks of newspapers and magazines, a la "Hoarders.
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February 24, 2002 | FREDERICK BURGER
As he approached his 78th birthday late last year, David Friedman, the godfather of movie gore, had come through an extended rough patch in his life. His beloved wife died in May, just weeks shy of their 50th anniversary. His eyesight was slowly fading with age. Routine conversations were becoming harder for him to hear. Yet there was no mistaking the mischievous twinkle in his eyes and the mirth in his voice.
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