By Marian Masone
Make no mistake: the Cannes Film Festival is the holy grail of festivals and film markets. Obtaining a spot in one of this festival’s sections is special indeed. Since many artists and media-makers reside in the borough, Brooklyn is always represented at Cannes, and this year was no exception.
In fact, the festival opened with Midnight in Paris by Brooklyn native Woody Allen. This was not the first time an Allen film opened the festival; his comedy Hollywood
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