Cannes film festival shuffles dates in bid to survive epidemi
Friday, 20 March 2020 Paris (AFP) March 19, 2020
The Cannes film festival will not take place as planned in May because of the coronavirus, its board said Thursday, with its directors looking at postponing it until late June. While a slew of other major entertainment events including the Eurovision Song Contest have fallen victim to COVID-19, the world's biggest film festival has been bullish about its chances of survival. Director Thi
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