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    06/09.07.2021Online
    CINEMATOGRAPHY WORKSHOP WITH STUART DRYBURGH

    "It seems," he explained to Capt. McGillicuddy, loud enough for the company to hear, "that we are not to make an assault, after all. There's enough rebels over there in the works to eat us up without salt. We are ordered to only make a demonstration, and hold them, while the rest work down on their flanks toward Calhoun, which is six miles below, and get in their rear. You can let your men rest in place till further orders." ABOUT STUART DRYBURGH

    "Enough analysis," she said abruptly, so strongly that he wasn't sure what she meant by the words. "Sit downsit down." He felt for the chair behind him and sat. Norma cast a keen eye over the nearby crowds, spotted an empty chair and went off for it. "Later," she told him, when she had placed herself next to him, "we can join the crowd. For now, let's getlet's get better acquainted. Johnny."He had fun. Stuart Dryburgh is one of the most interesting cinematographers in activity, he created the distinctive look in films such as "The Piano" , "Ben is Back", "The Painted Veil", "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" "The Great Wall" and many other. Dryburgh started on the job as a gaffer. As a result he found himself working and learning alongside many major cinematographers, in the process gaining a reputation as a skilled lighting specialist. After six years as a gaffer Dryburgh moved into the cinematographer's role shooting his first feature "The Leading Edge". Dryburgh was given the chance to shoot "An Angel at my Table" by Jane Campion, the film won accolades, and standing ovations. In 1992 Dryburgh reunited with Jane Campion in "The Piano", his work on the film won him the Oscar, ASC and BAFTA nominations, but was beaten by Schindler's List. Dryburgh followed "The Piano" with impressive work on "Once Were Warriors". After working on John Sayles' acclaimed border drama "Lone Star", Dryburgh reunited with Jane Campion, to shoot Henry James adaptation "The Portrait of a Lady". A long series of projects has followed, including hits "Analyze This", "Bridget Jones's Diary" "Kate and Leopold" and the pilot episode of "Sex and the City". Dryburgh went back to New Zealand to shoot "In My Father's Den", shot wildly out of sequence in an effort to capture different seasons on film. In 2007 he shot "The Painted Veil" Dryburgh's projects also include the pilot for acclaimed Prohibition-era drama "Boardwalk Empire". Martin Scorsese directed, with Dryburgh describing it as in many ways "a dream job". Variety later argued that Dryburgh's cinematography on Ben Stiller's remake of "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty" was "reason enough to see the film on the bigscreen". He followed it with Michael Mann cyber-crime tale "Blackhat". In 2012 he returned to New Zealand as director of photography on Japanese-set drama "Emperor", directed by Peter Webber. In recent years Stuart has shot films such as "Ben is Back" (directed by Peter Hedges), the Upside (directed by Neil Burger), The Only Living Boy in New York (Directed by Marc Webb), The Great Wall (directed by Yimou Zhang), Alice Through the Looking Glass (directed by James Bobin) Stuart has also just finished shooting the Men in Black 4 full list of credits on https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0238698/ WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

    "Blast 'em!"Norma paced to the window and looked out, but the day was gray: she saw only her own reflection. "Something happened," she murmured. "Iguess I had too much to drink. I wanted to talk." The workshop will focus on a diversity of topics of the art of cinematography, you will have the chance of not only receive this knowledge from Stuart Dryburgh, but also interact in a very strong way, as the group will have up to 25 participants, making it extremely practical and interactive. You will also have the opportunity to assess the issues you encountered on your films, and receiving the feedback to unblock situations in the future. The over all theme of the workshop will be: How Stuart applies 30 years of shooting on film to shooting in the digital age, and what younger cinematographers can gain by thinking film, shooting digital The workshop will also cover the following structure: ESSENCE OF THE CRAFT Auteur versus Industry the realities of the business. DIY - low budget approaches Understanding your abilities Overview and Case Study clips of my work GETTING THERE Hollywood versus Europe Agents/managers/lawyers PREPPING Script break down Aesthetic overview the look and the story - Stylistic Approach Crewing up Location hunting Rehearsing before the shoot Storyboard How to work with: Art department Costume Camera Planning for Digital VFX Camera systems, Lens selection Grip equipment Originating materials (film stock/tape) Relationship between the DP and the director Tradicional Vs. Digital How to properly tech scout a location How I design master shots and coverage SHOOTING Planning your day Blocking the scene Shotlists Storyboards on set Shooting strategy Camera - Movement - How / When / Why laboratory procedures Exposure - Zone System of Exposure - Film and Video LIGHT light meters Lighting Setup - Mood natural light location lighting studio lighting Night and day Lighting to suit actors WORKSHOP LOCATION The workshop will take place online, FEST FILM LAB has always been a project of high level knowledge sharing and networking, on the next few months we will be hosting the workshops online, however we will maintain not only the standard of quality you came to expect with the best experts available, but also the networking and interactivity of the workshops: -The workshop group will have a limited number of participants, we will not host more than 25 participants. - We will maintain the tailor made aspects, with the possibility of troubleshooting projects you have been involved or challenges you are facing. We will introduce new tools to enhance the interactivity between participants. - We have rearranged the session of the workshop that will take place on 4 days instead of the typical 2 days, so that the workshop is less overwhelming, as the typical two full days online would impact the capacities of the participants to absorb the content. PROFILE OF PARTICIPANT The workshop designed for Cinematographers, Camera Operators, Directors, Film Students, or anyone serious about a career in the Film Business on the area of cinematography. 16 hours Duration: 4 days Location: Online Dates: 6th to the 9th July 4PM - 8PM BST (London) 5PM - 10PM CEST (Brussels) 11AM - 3PM EDT (New York) 8AM - 12PM PDT (Los Angeles) 7PM - 11PM Gulf Standard Time (Dubai) 11PM - 3AM CST (Beijing) 8:30PM - 12:30AM IST (New Delhi) 12PM - 4PM BRT (Rio de Janeiro) Price: 499EUR (299EUR until 20th of May) Maximum number of participants: 25 By registering to the workshop you agree with FFL terms and Conditions Please add our address to your email safe senders list, address book or contact list to avoid FEST e-mails in spam. REGISTER FOR THIS WORKSHOP ON THE LINK BELOW:

    12/15.07.2021Online
    DIRECTING ACTORS FOR FILM WORKSHOP WITH PETE TRAVIS

    ABOUT PETE TRAVIS

    That autumn he had sown catch-crops of Italian rye grass, which gave the stock a good early winter feed. He had grown sharper in his dealings with the land, he knew how to take it at a disadvantage, snatch out a few roots. Every inch of the farm was now at work, for every blade of grass now counted. He had even dug up the garden, casting aside rose-bushes, sweet-peas, and dahlias for dull rows of drum-head cabbages, potatoes, kale, and beans. And manure ... there was manure everywhere, lying under the very parlour windows, sending up its effluvium on the foggy winter air till it crept into even the close-shut bedroom, making Naomi conscious of Reuben in her dreams.The door opened, and he whirled and stared at it. The sudden light hurt his eye, but he closed it for no more than a second. As soon as he could he opened it again, and stood, too unsure of himself to move, watching the master framed in the doorway. It was the one who was called Dodd. Established director and BAFTA winner Pete Travis actually had a late start in his filmmaking career: before becoming a director, Pete Travis was a social worker. However, inspired by Alan Clarke and Costa-Cravas, he decided to take a post-graduate course in filmmaking. Soon after graduation he acquired the rights of Faith (short story written by Nick Hornby) and presented his first short film at the London TV Festival (1997). Later, he directed episodes of Cold Feet (1999) and the TV series Other People's Children (2000), as well as The Jury (2002) mini-series and the TV movie Henry VIII (2003), featuring Helena Bonham-Carter and Mark Strong. Impressed with his work, Paul Greengrass, Captain Phillips director, sent Travis a script that he co-wrote with Guy Hibbert Omagh. The film premiered in 2004 at the Toronto International Film Festival, where it won the Discovery Award. The film also won the 2005 BAFTA Award for Best Single Drama. Vantage Point, was his first major motion film, starring Dennis Quaid and Matthew Fox. It was released in the USA, in 2008. Just one year later, in January of 2009, Pete Travis took to Sundance to premiere Endgame, which dramatizes the last days of Apartheid in South Africa and stars Chiwetel Ejiofor, William Hurt, Jonny Lee Miller and Mark Strong. Later, Travis directed a film adaptation of the popular UK comic book series, Dredd (2012). In Travis' feature film, Karl Urban takes on the role of judge Dredd with Olivia Thirlby playing his young accomplice. The film quickly gathered a cult following. Pete Travis recent work stars Riz Ahmed and Billie Piper: City of Tiny Lights (2016) - a crime thriller film, written by Patrick Neate and based on his own novel of the same name and "Project Blue Book" with Aidan Gillen and Michael Malarkey WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

    "'Then shook the hills with thunder riven, The Directing Actors for Film workshop will focus on a diversity of topics of the art of directing actors, you will have the chance of not only receive this knowledge from Pete Travis, but also interact in a very strong way, as the group will have up to 25 participants, making it extremely practical and interactive. You will also have the opportunity to assess the issues you encountered on your films, and receiving the feedback to unblock situations in the future. The workshop will also cover the following structure: PRE-PRODUCTION Introduction to acting / How to actors work? The Actor/Director relationship Letting the actors to build their own characters The Actors tools and methodologies The director in a casting What is a character? The importance of the story through the eyes of the character Planning Rehearsal - What to Rehearse and Why. Rehearsal Tools Directing The Character ON SET How to communicate with actors Staging the Scene and Blocking the Action How the camera affects performance. Business and endowment Keeping performances dynamic and the actors engaged. Keeping the set as a creative environment. What to ask for in a new take. Maintaining Continuity - Emotional and Physical WORKSHOP LOCATION The workshop will take place online, FEST FILM LAB has always been a project of high level knowledge sharing and networking, on the next few months we will be hosting the workshops online, however we will maintain not only the standard of quality you came to expect with the best experts available, but also the networking and interactivity of the workshops: -The workshop group will have a limited number of participants, we will not host more than 25 participants. - We will maintain the tailor made aspects, with the possibility of troubleshooting projects you have been involved or challenges you are facing. We will introduce new tools to enhance the interactivity between participants. - We have rearranged the session of the workshop that will take place on 4 days instead of the typical 2 days, so that the workshop is less overwhelming, as the typical two full days online would impact the capacities of the participants to absorb the content. PROFILE OF PARTICIPANT The workshop designed for Directors, Assistant Directors, Film Students, or anyone serious about a career in the Film Business on the area of Directing Actors 16 hours Duration: 4 days Dates: 12th to the 15th of July 2021 9:30AM - 1:30PM GMT (London) 10:30AM - 2:30PM CET (Brussels) 12:30PM - 4:30PM Gulf Standard Time (Dubai) 6:30PM - 10:30PM EST (Sydney) 4:30PM - 8:30PM CST (Beijing) Location: Online Price: 499EUR (299EUR with 40% Discount Until 21st of June) Maximum number of participants: 25 By registering to the workshop you agree with FFL terms and Conditions Please add our address to your email safe senders list, address book or contact list to avoid FEST e-mails in spam

    24/25.07.2021Lisbon Portugal
    WORKSHOP: AUDITIONING FOR FILM AND TV WITH NANCY BISHOP CSA JO MONTEIRO CSA AND CAPRICE CRAWFORD All proceeding from the workshop will be going for the 2021 edition of FEST - New Directors New Films Festival. Participants of the workshop will also receive one free pass for the festival with the value of 100 euros ABOUT NANCY BISHOP CSA

    Naomi followed him out of the little crowd which had grouped round Harry, and they wandered into the Panorama tent to see the show. After having sat for half an hour on a crowded bench, in an atmosphere thick with foul tobacco and the smell of clothes long stored awaywatching "The Coronation of Queen Victoria" and "Scenery on the West Coast of Scotland" rumble slowly past with many creaksthey moved on to the sparring booth, where Buck Washington, now a little knotted and disabled by a bout of rheumatism, arranged scraps between the ploughboys of the neighbouring farms.At Odiam dinner was waiting. It was a generous meal, which combined the good things of this world with the right amount of funereal state. Several of the neighbours had been invited, and the housewife wished to do them honour, knowing that her table boasted luxuries not to be found at other farmsa bottle of French wine, for instance, which though nobody touched it, gave distinction to the prevalent ale, and one or two light puddings, appealing to the eye as well as to the palate. As soon as the meal was over and the guests had gone, Reuben took himself off, and did not reappear till supper-time. Nancy Bishop is an Emmy-nominated American casting director, with offices in London and Prague: She is the recent recipient of a Casting Society of America ARTIOS Award for best casting of a comedy for Borat Subsequent Moviefilm. In her over twenty-year career, she has cast over one hundred projects, working for most of the major studios, networks and streamers. Credits include Mission Impossible IV, Snowpiercer and Amazons upcoming Wheel of Time. She was the founder and first president of the CSA European Branch. She has written three books on auditioning, the most recent published by Bloomsbury: Auditioning for Film and TV, which will be available for purchase at the class. ABOUT CAPRICE CRAWFORD Caprice Crawford is founder and CEO of Crawford Talents, which is a full-service International Actors Management Agency based in Berlin, Germany. She works with professional actors from around the globe who are fully dedicated to their craft. Crawford Talents believe that acting is a universal language. Caprice, herself is an American producer and former actor based in Berlin. Shes worked in New York, and LA, and has landed professional acting roles alongside Jamie Foxx, Don Johnson, Orlando Bloom, Burt Reynolds, in both TV and feature films. After spending much of her life in front of the camera, she became captivated with behind camera work and began working as a photographer, creating beautiful headshots for creative talents, including many celebrities, before excelling as a producer and now agent. ABOUT JO MONTEIRO CSA Jo Monteiro, CSA is casting director for international film, TV series and commercials based in Portugal. She has been working as casting director for 15 years. Her credits include productions for Canal+, Path, HBO and Netflix' upcoming "Glria", to be broadcasted in 190 countries. From 1992 to 1996, Jo attended Universit Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium), getting a degree in Film Studies, where she learned from acclaimed directors, such as Luc Dardenne and Ettore Scola. Before being casting director, she worked as assistant director for more than 10 years. This position taught her to have a global vision of casting, from studio to set. WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: AUDITIONING FOR FILM AND TV This two-day class will foster a fun, and informative atmosphere for actors to learn new skills to hone and develop an international career. All participants will have an opportunity to practise their skills in self-taping, which is a crucial part of the international casting process, especially post-pandemic. Actors will choose from a selection of scenes to self-tape themselves in advance. These three professionals will give feedback in class for scene work, self-tapes, demo reels, and headshots. Class will also include special exercises which Nancy has developed to hone strategies for auditioning, including cold reading techniques, and identifying choices and objectives on a new text. The class will also include a unit on How to Get an Agent and a Q&A. Class will be 10:00 - 5:00, with a one hour lunch break. Schedule to be confirmed. All participants will be tested for free upon arrival to the workshop PROFILE OF PARTICIPANT The workshop designed for Actors, acting students, directors, casting directors, Film Students, or anyone interested in entering the Film Business on the area of Acting. PRACTICAL DETAILS Location: Lisbon, Portugal Dates: 24-25 July 2021 Duration: 2 days Price: 499EUR (325EUR with 35% discount until the 1st of July) Maximum number of participants: 45 By registering to the workshop you agree with FFL terms and Conditions. Please add our address to your email safe senders list, address book or contact list to avoid FEST e-mails in spam. REGISTER FOR THIS WORKSHOP ON THE LINK BELOW:

    24/27.05.2021Online
    EDITING SOCIAL REALISM COURSE WITH JONATHAN MORRIS AND KEN LOACH

    {sjtxt} ONE PLACE LEFT ABOUT JONATHAN MORRIS

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt} Jonathan Morris first worked as a child actor, appearing in the original stage production of Oliver in Londons West End. Soon after, he sang with Judy Garland in her final film. Deciding against the uncertainties of life as an actor, he took a job in 1966 as a trainee second assistant film editor at Elstree Studios, then worked on television series, including The Saint and The Champions, and several feature-length films, including the cult classic Witchfinder General. In 1972, he took a position at ATV and in 1976 was promoted to Editor. There, he edited many documentaries and dramas, and worked with well-known directors including Adrian Cowell, Ken Loach, David Monro and Anthony Thomas, and went to the United States to cut an Emmy Award-winning episode Vietnam An American History. In 1982, Morris formed a post-production company in London and edited numerous award-winning films. In 1992, he was nominated for a BAFTA for the documentary Hellfighters of Kuwait. Director Ken Loach's prolific output as a feature film-maker since the early 1990s owes a lot to the regular group of collaborators who have worked with him during this period. One of these is Jonathan Morris. Having worked with Loach in over 30 films, Morris brings to the table a sense of aesthetics that he has matured while working with the director and, generally being the first viewer of the films, the editor is well accustomed to the constrictions that social realism entails. Loachs use of regional dialects and very closed accents, his faithful mise-en-scne, and his movies naturalistic cutting techniques lead to some restrictions when it comes to editing. When the work is passed on to Morris, so he can edit it, he has to take the genre of the film into consideration. This means that every editing decision he makes has to tie the film together, making it look and feel as real as possible, which can be a challenge. Jonathan has worked on 12 films selected for the Official Competition at the Festival de Cannes, two of which took the Palme dOr, as well as three films in competition at the Venice Film Festival and the Berlinale. Recently, Morris edited the award-winning docudrama series The Great War The Peoples Story for ITV. Full list of credits on https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0606682/ ABOUT KEN LOACH

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt} Ken Loach is a British film and television director, and the UK's foremost political filmmaker. Born in 1936 in Nuneaton, Ken Loach studied law at Oxford, but branched into a repertory stage career (at one point understudying Kenneth Williams in Leicester). Shifting into television, he forged an alliance with producer Tony Garnett and developed the docudrama format via a series of hard-hitting plays such as Cathy Come Home. Loach made his feature debut Poor Cow in 1967 and with Kes, two years later, he directed what is now acclaimed as one of the finest films ever made in Britain. His socially combative work over the next decade or two was often kept off the radar by a combination of poor distribution and broadcasting censorship. Loach's star rose again in the 1990s as award followed award for feature work no less engaged, and he came to be regarded as one of Europe's premier filmmakers. COURSE DESCRIPTION The Editing workshop will focus on a diversity of topics of the craft, you will have the chance of not only receive this knowledge from Jonathan Morris and Ken Loach, but also interact in a very strong way, as the group will have up to 25 participants, making it extremely interactive. You will also have the opportunity to assess the issues you encountered on your films, and receiving the feedback to unblock situations in the future. The workshop will have four session, Jonathan Morris will be present in al sessions, and Ken Loach will be present on the second session. The topics covered on the workshop will be: Getting the job. Reading the script. Liaising with director, producer , cameraperson and crew during the shoot. Editing during filming. Editing with the director. Re editing with the director Liaising with the sound editor. Deciding where music is needed. Discussing with the composer where we feel music is required. Recording music and ADR. Grading and picture FX. Dubbing Viewing completed film before finalising. Recutting , regrading, redubbing . Viewing final version. PROFILE OF PARTICIPANT The workshop designed for Editors, Directors, Sound Editors, Film Students, or anyone interested in entering the Film Business on the area of Editing LOCATION OF THE WORKSHOP The workshop will take place online, FEST FILM LAB has always been a project of high level knowledge sharing and networking. In the next few months we will be hosting the workshops online, however we will maintain not only the standard of quality you have come to expect with the best experts available, but also the networking and interactivity of the workshops: -The workshop group will have a limited number of participants, we will not host more than 25 participants. - We will maintain the tailor made aspects, with the possibility of troubleshooting projects you have been involved or challenges you are facing. We will introduce new tools to enhance the interactivity between participants. - We have rearranged the workshops' sessions, which will take place in 4 days instead of the typical 2 days, so that the workshop is less overwhelming, as the typical two full days online would impact the capacities of the participants to absorb the content. Duration: 4 days Dates: 24-27 May 2021 9AM - 1PM GMT (London) 10AM - 2PM CET (Brussels) 12PM - 4PM Gulf Standard Time (Dubai) 6PM - 10PM EST (Sydney) 4PM - 8PM CST (Beijing) Location: Online Price: 499EUR - 325EUR with 35% discount until the 22nd of May Maximum number of participants: 25 By registering to the workshop you agree with FFL terms and Conditions Please add our address to your email safe senders list, address book or contact list to avoid FEST e-mails in spam.

    22/30.05.2021Online
    WRITING YOUR CHARACTERS - SCREENWRITING WORKSHOP

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt} ONLY ONE PLACE LEFT ABOUT RITESH BATRA

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt} Ritesh Batra is widely known for his debut feature film The Lunchbox a touching portrait of the lunchbox delivery system in Mumbai, which premiered at the Cannes Film Festival. Nominated for 33 international awards, the film won the Rail dOr at the Cannes Film Festival. Additionally, it also won the Toronto Film Critics Association Award for Best Feature Film in 2014, and a BAFTA in the category Film Not in the English Language, in 2015. The Lunchbox has been called the highest grossing foreign film in North America, Europe and Australia for the year of 2014 grossing over 25 Million USD. Ritesh has since directed star-studded films, such as The Sense of an Ending (2017), an adaptation of a Booker Prize-winning novel, with Jim Broadbent and Charlotte Rampling; Our Souls at Night (2017), a romantic drama starring Robert Redford and Jane Fonda; and Photograph (2019). Batra began his career by writing and directing shorts, such as Caf Regular, Cairo (2012), which screened at over 40 international film festivals and won over 12 awards, including a FIPRESCI prize. In 2009, his treatment for Story of Ram was selected by the Sundance Screenwriters Lab. He was then made the Time Warner Story Telling Fellow at Sundance Film Festival, and Annenberg Fellow at Sundance Film Academy. Story of Ram would later turn into The Lunchbox. In 2014, Batra founded his own production company: PoeticLicence Motion Pictures. He is currently in pre-production of his next film, Little Bee, billed as drama-thriller about the intersecting lives of a 16-year old Nigerian orphan and a British couple, Julia Roberts is expected to be starring in the lead. WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt} The WRITING YOUR CHARACTERS - screenwriting workshop will focus specifically on the skills to create your characters while developing your script and concept. The workshop will demonstrate how films are about relationships, and how the characters arcs transform You will have the chance of not only receive this knowledge from Ritesh Batra, but also interact in a very strong way, as the group will have up to 25 participants, making it extremely interactive. You will also have the opportunity to assess the issues you encountered on your films, and receiving the feedback in order to solve those problems in the future. The topics covered on the workshop will be: - character introductions - character descriptions - archetypes - protagonists, antagonists, supporting characters - likable and unlikable characters - backstory and relationships - flaws, strengths and vices - clear objectives - unresolved relationships - character arcs and transformation - outer and inner journey / external and internal conflict - wants & needs PROFILE OF PARTICIPANT

    {sjtxt}{sjtxt} The workshop is designed for Scriptwriters, Writers, Directors, Film Students, or anyone interested in entering the Film Business in the area of scriptwriting. WORKSHOP LOCATION The workshop will take place online, FEST FILM LAB has always been a project of high level knowledge sharing and networking. In the next few months we will be hosting the workshops online, however we will maintain not only the standard of quality you have come to expect with the best experts available, but also the networking and interactivity of the workshops: -The workshop group will have a limited number of participants, we will not host more than 25 participants. - We will maintain the tailor made aspects, with the possibility of troubleshooting projects you have been involved or challenges you are facing. We will introduce new tools to enhance the interactivity between participants. - We have rearranged the workshops' sessions, which will take place in 4 days instead of the typical 2 days, so that the workshop is less overwhelming, as the typical two full days online would impact the capacities of the participants to absorb the content. 16 hours Duration: 4 days Dates: 22, 23rd & 29, 30th May 2021 2PM - 6PM GMT (London) 3PM - 7PM CET (Brussels) 9AM - 12PM EST (New York) 6AM - 10AM PST (Los Angeles) 5PM - 9PM Gulf Standard Time (Dubai) 9PM - 1AM CST (Beijing) 6:30PM - 10:30PM IST (New Delhi) Location: Online Price: 499EUR (349EUR with 30% Discount until the 11th of May) Maximum number of participants: 25 By registering to the workshop you agree with FFL terms and Conditions Please add our address to your email safe senders list, address book or contact list to avoid FEST e-mails in spam. REGISTER FOR THIS WORKSHOP ON THE LINK BELOW:

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