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Oxford International Festival of Films

Richard Michaels Stefanik
Special Event in Oxford, England
Story Design for Creating Popular Hollywood Movies
Sheldonian Theater Lectures May 9-10, 2006

RMS Digital Movie of Oxford Bodleian Library

Mike Medavoy, Phoenix Pictures
All The King's Men, Amadeus, Philadelphia, Apocalypse Now, The Silence of the Lambs, Sleepless in Seattle, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest

Merchant & Ivory Retropsective Award
Room with a View, Howard's End, The Remains of the Day, The Golden Bowl, Mystic Masseur

Akio Nishizawa
Japanese WAO Digital Animation
Premier of 'Furusato-Japan'

Digital Movie Technology Exhibition
Oxford Said Business School May 9-10, 2006
Lifetime Achievement Award

RMS Global Digital BroadBandCasting Network

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