He points to the broader-than-usual release of Guy Maddin's new film, The Saddest Music in the World, as proof that the lay-low, lay-off attitude by distributors has changed. "With a film like that, part of what we had to accomplish was get a bigger release than it otherwise might have had, so people actually get a chance to see the film. Richard Avedon has done a whole photographic series with Mark McKinney and Isabella Rossellini [the stars of The Saddest Music] that is now appearing in The New Yorker. Clearly, we're getting more international interest in English-Canadian films."
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