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Israeli director Joseph Cedars won the best screenplay award at the Cannes film festival for his movie “Footnote.”
The director, whose film “Beaufort” was nominated for an Oscar in 2007, had already left Cannes on Sunday and was called back to receive his prize. He did not return in...