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British drama “X+Y” wins audience award at Tartu film festival


The 10th tARTuFF open air film festival pleased around 19,500 film lovers this year with free screening of 14 romantic films and four documentaries. Although the most popular screening was that of “Sex Therapy” from Australia, the audience award went to British drama “X+Y”.

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