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Government 'death sentence' for Mexican cinema

Mexico's film industry is in an uproar over the federal government's plans to sell or shut down the country's key film institutions. The surprise proposal comes as part of a $150bn austerity package that includes getting rid of state-owned production house Imcine, the decades-old Churubusco Azteca film studio and national film school, Centro de Capacitacion Cinematografica (CCC).

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