Harvey Weinstein used the occasion of what has become his annual Cannes showreel presentation to remind attendees that a pre-arranged trip to Jordan was the reason for his absence from Wednesday’s world premiere of the embattled Grace Of Monaco.
Weinstein and wife Georgina Chapman visited Syrian refugee camps and the mogul was suitably moved by the experience to announce his company will make a documentary about the issue.
Weinstein’s showreel included Suite Francaise, Begin Again, The Giver, Sin City: A Dame To Kill For and Underdogs, the English-language version of Juan Jose Campanella’s Spanish-language hit Foosball.
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