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By Film Threat Staff | November 18, 2000

The Santa Fe Film Festival has a slot smack-dab in the center of the holiday season, and from [ November 29th ] on through to [ December 3rd, 2000 ] , they will further their mission of “providing a showcase for excellent cinema from around the world, surveying the best in contemporary cinema, and paying homage to the contributions of veteran film artists through select tributes recognizing their body of work” by screening a full slate of features, shorts, and documentaries during their run.
Buzz-creating documentary highlights at Santa Fe include “Hand of Fate,” a factual film investigation about modern-day psychics that centers on interviews and insights on the special gifts of the seers, and the Opening Night feature “Calle 54” — a tribute to the greats of Latin jazz. For more from Santa Fe, go to [ the Santa Fe Film Festival website. ]

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