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'Lost' found in EFA docu noms

28 October 2002 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

LONDON -- Organizers have unveiled the runners in this year's race for the European Film Academy's best documentary award as well as the names of the jurors who will decide which film is first past the post. Among the nine feature-length docs competing for EFA's Prix Arte, to be presented at a Dec. 7 ceremony in Rome, is Keith Fulton and Louis Pepe's Lost in La Mancha, which chronicles Terry Gilliam's trials and tribulations when trying to adapt The Adventures of Don Quixote to the big screen. The other titles in the running are Even Benestad's All About My Father, Enzo Balestrieri and Stefano Moser's Clown in'Kabul, Nicolas Philibert's To Be and to Have, Damian Pettigrew's Federico Fellini: I'm a Born Liar, Andre Heller and Othmar Shmiderer's Blind Spot: Hitler's Secretary, Jacques Cluzaud, Michel Debats and Jacques Perrin's Le peuple migrateur (Winged Migration), Christian Bauer's Missing Allen and Stefan Jarl's The Bricklayer. The jury members are U.S.-based Russian documentary Marina Goldovskaya, French producer Luc Martin-Gousset and German film school director Simone Stewens. The documentary prize is presented in association with French-German cultural channel Arte. »

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