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Samuel L Jackson, Baz Luhrmann and Tarantino honored in Capri

Samuel L Jackson will join Baz Luhrmann and Quentin Tarantino to receive the Capri Legend Award at the 13th Capri, Hollywood – Honda International Film Festival.

Festival chairman and producer Mark Canton and festival director Pascal Vicedomini made the announcement :
Luhrmann and Jackson will attend screenings of their latest projects – Australia and The Spirit, respectively.

"As with his current film Australia, Baz Lurhmann continues to carve out his own unique path in the film industry, making visually stunning and epic productions," Canton said. "Samuel L Jackson has become one of Hollywood's greatest actors, giving knockout performances with every new role."

"We are honoured to have these two great talents at Capri, Hollywood – a fitting addition to our top tier international attendees," Vicedomini added.
Screenings at the fest (Dec. 26-Jan. 2) will include Baz Luhrmann’s “Australia,” John Patrick Shanley’s “Doubt,” Hurricane Season, starring Forest Whitaker, “I’ve Loved You So Long,” starring Kristin Scott Thomas, who was just nominated for a Golden Globe and “The Brothers Bloom,” starring Adrien Brody, Rachel Weisz and Mark Ruffalo and the premiere episode of the new TV series “Crash,” directed by Oscar-winning screenwriter Bobby Moresco.

More to come on Capri Hollywood blog

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