Coronavirus pandemic: Cannes Film Festival postponed to July

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    The #Cannes Film #Festival has been rescheduled for July 6 to 17 — postponed by around two months due to the ongoing virus #crisis, organisers said on Wednesday. The delay looked increasingly likely in recent weeks, with infection rates still high in #France and talk of another lockdown looming.

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