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Cinema will survive COVID-19, Lumière festival director says

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Cinema will survive COVID-19, Lumière festival director says

Cinema will survive COVID-19, Lumière festival director says

Lyon's 12th Lumiere festival opens this weekend with 23 feature films presented at Cannes earlier this year in the line-up.


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