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US Tribute to Saura


- The Miami International Festival will present the talented Iberian cineaste with the first Filmmaker's Tribute in Feb

The 20th Miami International Film Festival will honour Spanish filmmaker, Carlos Saura with the first edition of a new lifetime achievement award for individuals who have distinguished themselves in the film world aptly called the “Filmmaker’s Tribute”.
The festival is organised by the International University of Florida and will run from 21 February to 2 March 2003.
On annoucing the news, Nicole Guillemet the artistic director of the festival said,”the name of Carlos Saura is synonymous with the intelligence and passion that is so often associated with Spanish film".
Saura has made over 38 films, the most memorable of which are Bunuel and King Solomon’s Table, The Dark Night, Carmen and Goya. The Spanish director will be in Miami to present his latest feature, Salomé, starring one of the world’s most famous Flamenco dancers, Aida Gomez.

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(Translated from Italian)

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