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THE CINEMATHEQUE HAS SPOKEN

By admin | November 14, 2001

Jeff Probst, the award-winning writer/director of “Finder’s Fee,” was recently selected as one of “Ten Directors To Watch,” a series presented by the American Cinematheque. This series is showcases ten of the most innovating and exciting new directors from around the world.
A special screening of “Finder’s Fee” will take place at the Egyptian Theatre on November 20th at 9PM. “Finder’s Fee” captured Best Film at this years Seattle International Film Festival and Best Screenplay at this years MethodFest.
The Egyptian Theatre is located at 6712 Hollywood Blvd, just east of Highland Avenue in Hollywood. Get more info from the official American Cinematheque web site.
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