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  Guy Ritchie: Raindance Auteur Award 2017 [read more]
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  Raindance Film Festival today announced that the iconic British filmmaker, Guy Ritchie will receive the festival’s annual Raindance Auteur Award, recognizing his achievements in filmmaking and ongoing contribution to the film industry.

The award will be presented by Raindance Festival Founder, Elliot Grove, on Tuesday, August 15th, 2017, at The Mayfair Hotel where Mr. Ritchie will be the special guest of honor at the Raindance 25th Anniversary drinks soiree.

Guy Ritchie is widely recognized as an accomplished filmmaker who balances the art of telling cinematic character driven stories featuring humor, intricate plots, memorable dialogue, fresh visuals and unforgettable characters.
  Graeme Clark [10 Aug 2017 at 19:01]

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