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Academy Awards / Foreign Language Oscar #405829

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 25, 1996
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(Studio: Arthur Kent) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Laurin Sydney) Tonight's Academy Awards show previewed; some nominees mentioned.

(New York: Sherry Dean) The films up for the best foreign language Oscar recapped; film clips shown from The Star Maker, from Italy; "All Things Fair", from Sweden; "O Quatrilho", from Brazil; "Antonia's Line", from the Netherlands and "Dust of Life", from Algeria. ["The Star Maker" director/co- writer Guiseppe TORNATORE (thru translator), "All Things Fair" lead actor Johan WIDERBERG, "Antonia's Line" writer/director Marleen GORRIS - talk about their films.]

Dean, Sherry;
Kent, Arthur;
Sydney, Laurin

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