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Documentaries stir up heat at Tribeca Film Festival

In its short history the Tribeca Film Festival has been slow to trigger buying sprees and sure enough as the event reached the first weekend's halfway mark no major deals had closed.However by Saturday interest had coalesced around Keif Davidson's World Documentary Competition entry Kassim The Dream, which recounts the remarkable story of Kassim Ouma, the former Ugandan child soldier who went on to become world junior middleweight boxing ...

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