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PRESS MATERIALS:
Veredas: A Generation of Brazilian Filmmakers, December 6-11
Varda: A Retrospective, December 20 – January 6

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MEDIA CONTACTS:
Lisa Thomas, Director of Publicity: lthomas@filmlinc.org
Kate Patterson, Publicist: kpatterson@filmlinc.org
Isadora Johnson, Junior Publicist: ijohnson@filmlinc.org

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