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Swedes agree to extend $30m government film deal

Aftermonths of conflicts, the Swedish Film Agreement - which sees $30m of governmentsupport channelled into local film-making - has been extended for another year,until the end of 2005.Theagreement was due for renewal at the end of this year - but looked as though itwould be blocked following complaints from American distributors that Swedishexhibitors ...

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