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PALMEPro Audio Light Middle East (trade show)
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Cannes film jury members, actresses Kathleen Turner and Tilda Swinton,and director Quentin Tarantino arrived for a special screening yesterday of the Festival's Palme d'Or winner, documentary Fahrenheit 9/11.
PALME, which takes place at the Dubai World Trade Centre from 18-20 April 2010, includes INSTALL for professional audio visual and systems integration technologies; MUSAC for musical instruments and accessories; and a competition to find the region's hottest DJs.
In addition Myer Sound will be celebrating its 30th anniversary at Palme.
Fremaux said the festival gave the Palme d'Or to Eastwood on Wednesday because he won't be able to attend Cannes this year.
The best film, as nominated by a panel of judges, is known as the Palme d'Or winner.
Thus, last year's Cannes was declared to be the Worst Festival Ever, even though it yielded such second-thought faves as Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, IN The Mood for Love, Yi Yi and the deserved Palme d'Or winner, Dancer in the Dark.
The Christina Swart-Opperman AIDS Orphan Foundation Trust held the third of seven "My Teeth and I" Clinics, at the Olof Palme Primary School, last week.
director Terrence Malick won the Palme d'Or for best picture at the Cannes film festival Sunday for "The Tree of Life," a meditative, metaphysical epic starring Brad Pitt and Sean Penn.
The Palme D'Or (or Golden Palm) is the highest prize the Cannes jury, this year led by the actor Robert De Niro, can award.
Twenty pictures, including fresh work from Spain's Pedro Almodovar, Denmark's Lars Von Trier and Belgium's Dardenne brothers, are up for the highly coveted Palme d'Or.
PALME Middle East, which will run until April 28 at the Dubai International Exhibition and Convention Center, is seeing an increase of 17 per cent in number of exhibitors as compared to last year, a statement said.
Summary: CANNES: A surreal movie from Thailand about the reveries of a dying man was the surprise victor of the Palme d'Or at the Cannes film festival, delivering a welcome boost to the troubled nation.