The Foreign Film Industry

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From the latest offerings at your local film festival, to the box office might of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, foreign films have come a long way since the days of impenetrable plots and laughable subtitles. Join Neal Conan for the second part of our series on making movies.

Guests:

Anthony Kaufman
*Film writer for the Village Voice, Variety, and Time Out New York *Bi-weekly world cinema column for IndieWire

Phil Scanlon
*Film programmer for the Austin Film Festival

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