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Be a part of MLTR's 25th. Anniversary concert in Denmark and the SubCell streaming World Premiere !

MLTR celebrate their 25th. Year Anniversary on the international music scene, by coming back to The Most Beautiful Festival in Denmark (www.smukfest.dk) in the city of Skanderborg, Denmark. In cooperation with SubCell and their excellent new streaming concept, you can be a part of this concert LIVE...

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Un Certain regard unveiled its President of the Jury and Opening film

Thomas Vinterberg, Danish director, scriptwriter and producer, will be this year’s President of the Jury for Un Certain Regard, Festival de Cannes Official Selection.

Television TV Channels News Broadcasting
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India-based British documentary wins second prize in Audience Awards at Berlinale

NEW DELHI: Salma, an India-based documentary by British filmmaker Kim Longinotto, has received the second place in Panorama Audience awards at Berlinale.

Movies International
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France 24 expands distribution in key markets

MUMBAI: International news network France 24 has concluded a series of new distribution agreements, allowing the channel to strengthen its worldwide distribution in Denmark, Burma, Singapore, Thailand and Australia.

Technology Software Applications
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The History Channel to hit Scandinavia on 1 February

MUMBAI: The History Channel UK, a joint venture between A&E Television Networks (AETN) and British Sky Broadcasting (BSkyB), has announced an agreement to distribute The History Channel to Scandinavia, including Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland.

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