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SAFRICA
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March 23, 2005
Actress Pauline Malefane arrives for the South African premiere of "U-Carmen eKhayelitsha", a Xhosa language...
Cape Town, South Africa
Actress Pauline Malefane arrives for the South African premiere of "U-Carmen eKhayelitsha".
Actress Pauline Malefane arrives for the South African premiere of "U-Carmen eKhayelitsha", a Xhosa language adaptation of Bizet's opera, in Cape Town's Khayelitsha township, March 23, 2005. "U-Carmen", directed by British director Mark Dornford May, recently became the first South African film to win the Golden Bear for best film at the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival. Picture taken March 23, 2005 REUTERS/Mike Hutchings MH/ABP
SAFRICA
RTR5YCO
March 23, 2005
Actress Pauline Malefane and director Mark Dornford May attend the South African premiere of "U-Carmen...
Cape Town, South Africa
Actress Pauline Malefane and director Mark Dornford May attend the South African premiere of ...
Actress Pauline Malefane and director Mark Dornford May attend the South African premiere of "U-Carmen eKhayelitsha". Actress Pauline Malefane (L) and director Mark Dornford May (R) attend the South African premiere of "U-Carmen eKhayelitsha", a Xhosa language adaptation of Bizet's opera, in Cape Town's Khayelitsha township, March 23, 2005. "U-Carmen" recently became the first South African film to win the Golden Bear for best film at the prestigious Berlin International Film Festival. Picture taken March 23, 2005 REUTERS/Mike Hutchings
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
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February 19, 2005
South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on her head after the awarding...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on her head after the ...
South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on her head after the awarding ceremony in Berlin. South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on her head after the awarding ceremony at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 19, 2005. 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by director Mark Dronford-May won the top Golden Bear award for the best film at the Berlin Film Festival. REUTERS/Markus Schreiber/Pool
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
RTR15DZA
February 19, 2005
South African actress Pauline Malefane kisses the Golden Berlin Bear award during the awarding ceremony...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Pauline Malefane kisses the Golden Berlin Bear award during the awarding ...
South African actress Pauline Malefane kisses the Golden Berlin Bear award during the awarding ceremony in Berlin. South African actress Pauline Malefane holds the Golden Berlin Bear award during the awarding ceremony at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 19, 2005. 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by director Mark Dronford-May (R) won the top Golden Bear award for the best film at the Berlin Film Festival. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch Pictures of the Month February 2005
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
RTRNTVQ
February 19, 2005
South African actress Pauline Malefane and director Mark Dronford-May pose with the Golden Berlin Bear...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Pauline Malefane and director Mark Dronford-May pose with the Golden Berlin ......
South African actress Pauline Malefane and director Mark Dronford-May pose with the Golden Berlin Bear award in Berlin. South African actress Pauline Malefane (L) holds the Golden Berlin Bear award after the award ceremony at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 19, 2005. 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by director Mark Dronford-May (R) won the top Golden Bear award for the best film at the Berlin Film Festival. Malefane played Carmen in the film. REUTERS/Markus Schreiber/Pool
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
RTRNTV8
February 19, 2005
South African actress Pauline Malefane holds the Golden Berlin Bear award after the award ceremony in...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Pauline Malefane holds the Golden Berlin Bear award after the award ceremony ......
South African actress Pauline Malefane holds the Golden Berlin Bear award after the award ceremony in Berlin. South African actress Pauline Malefane holds the Golden Berlin Bear award after the award ceremony at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 19, 2005. 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by director Mark Dronford-May won the top Golden Bear award for the best film at the Berlin Film Festival. Malefane plays Carmen in the film. REUTERS/Markus Schreiber/Pool
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
RTRNTUI
February 19, 2005
South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on top of her head after the...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on top of her head after ......
South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on top of her head after the awarding ceremony in Berlin. South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on top of her head after the awarding ceremony at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 19, 2005. 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by director Mark Dronford-May won the top Golden Bear award for the best film at the Berlin Film Festival. REUTERS/Markus Schreiber/Pool
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
RTRNTUD
February 19, 2005
South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on her head after the awarding...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on her head after the ...
South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on her head after the awarding ceremony in Berlin. South African actress Pauline Malefane puts the Golden Berlin Bear award on her head after the awarding ceremony at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 19, 2005. 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by director Mark Dronford-May won the top Golden Bear award for the best film at the Berlin Film Festival. REUTERS/Markus Schreiber/Pool
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
RTRNTTM
February 19, 2005
South African actress Pauline Malefane kisses the Golder Berlin Bear award during the awarding ceremony...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Pauline Malefane kisses the Golder Berlin Bear award during the awarding ...
South African actress Pauline Malefane kisses the Golder Berlin Bear award during the awarding ceremony in Berlin. South African actress Pauline Malefane kisses the Golden Berlin Bear award during the awarding ceremony at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 19, 2005. 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by director Mark Dronford-May won the top Golden Bear award for the best film at the Berlin Film Festival. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
RTRNTST
February 19, 2005
South African actress Pauline Malefane kisses the Golder Berlin Bear trophy during the awarding ceremony...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Pauline Malefane kisses the Golder Berlin Bear trophy during the awarding ...
South African actress Pauline Malefane kisses the Golder Berlin Bear trophy during the awarding ceremony in Berlin. South African actress Pauline Malefane kisses the Golder Berlin Bear trophy during the awarding ceremony at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 19, 2005. 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by director Mark Dronford-May (R) won the top Golden Bear award for the best film at the Berlin Film Festival. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
ARTS GERMANY BERLIN
RTRNTR3
February 19, 2005
South African actress Pauline Malefane arrives on the red carpet for the awarding ceremony at the 55th...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Malefane arrives on the red carpet in Berlin.
South African actress Pauline Malefane arrives on the red carpet for the awarding ceremony at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 19, 2005. 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by director Mark Dronford-May won the top Golden Bear award for the best film at the Berlin Film Festival. REUTERS/Tobias Schwarz TOB/JOH
U CARMEN
RTXN8LC
February 13, 2005
South African actresses Lungelwa Blou, Pauline Malefane and Andiswa Kedama (L-R) pose during a photocall...
Berlin, Germany
South African actresses Lungelwa Blou, Pauline Malefane and Andiswa Kedama (L-R) pose during a photo.....
South African actresses Lungelwa Blou, Pauline Malefane and Andiswa Kedama (L-R) pose during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by director [Mark Dronford-May] at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 13, 2005. Twenty-one films will be competing for the Golden and Silver Bears in the Competition.
U CARMEN
RTXN8LB
February 13, 2005
South African actors Andries Mbali, Lungelwa Blou, Sibulele Mjali, Pauline Malefane, director Mark Dronford-May...
Berlin, Germany
South African actors Andries Mbali, Lungelwa Blou, Sibulele Mjali, Pauline Malefane, director Mark D.....
South African actors Andries Mbali, Lungelwa Blou, Sibulele Mjali, Pauline Malefane, director Mark Dronford-May and Andiswa Kedama (L-R) pose during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 13, 2005. Twenty-one films will be competing for the Golden and Silver Bears in the Competition.
MALEFANE
RTXN8LA
February 13, 2005
South African actress Pauline Malefane blows a kiss during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Pauline Malefane blows a kiss during a photocall for the South African film 'U.....
South African actress Pauline Malefane blows a kiss during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by South African director [Mark Dronford-May] at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 13, 2005. Twenty-one films will be competing for the Golden and Silver Bears in the Competition.
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
RTR15DUB
February 13, 2005
South African actresses Blou, Malefane and Kedama pose during a photocall for the film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha'...
Berlin, Germany
South African actresses Blou, Malefane and Kedama pose during a photocall for the film 'U-Carmen ...
South African actresses Blou, Malefane and Kedama pose during a photocall for the film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' in Berlin. South African actresses Lungelwa Blou, Pauline Malefane and Andiswa Kedama (L-R) pose during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by director Mark Dronford-May at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 13, 2005. Twenty-one films will be competing for the Golden and Silver Bears in the Competition. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
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February 13, 2005
South African actors Mbali, Blou, Mjali, Malefane, director Dronford-May and Kedama pose during a photocall...
Berlin, Germany
South African actors Mbali, Blou, Mjali, Malefane, director Dronford-May and Kedama pose during a ......
South African actors Mbali, Blou, Mjali, Malefane, director Dronford-May and Kedama pose during a photocall in Berlin. South African actors Andries Mbali, Lungelwa Blou, Sibulele Mjali, Pauline Malefane, director Mark Dronford-May and Andiswa Kedama (L-R) pose during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin in this February 13, 2005 file photo. 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' won the top Golden Bear award for the best film at the Berlin Film Festival, the jury announced on Saturday February 19, 2005. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch/File Photo
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
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February 13, 2005
South African actress Malefane poses during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha'...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Malefane poses during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen ...
South African actress Malefane poses during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' in Berlin. South African actress Pauline Malefane poses during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by South African director Mark Dronford-May at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 13, 2005. Twenty-one films will be competing for the Golden and Silver Bears in the Competition. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
RTRN4WG
February 13, 2005
South African actors Sibulele Mjali (L), Pauline Malefane (2ndL) and Andiswa Kedama (R) pose during a...
Berlin, Germany
South African actors Mjali, Malefane, Kedama, director Dronford-May pose during a photocall in Berlin....
South African actors Sibulele Mjali (L), Pauline Malefane (2ndL) and Andiswa Kedama (R) pose during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by South African director Mark Dronford-May (C) at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 13, 2005. Twenty-one films will be competing for the Golden and Silver Bears in the Competition. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch FAB/JOH
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
RTRN4W2
February 13, 2005
South African actors Mbali, Blou, Mjali, Malefane, director Dronford-May and Kedama pose during a photocall...
Berlin, Germany
South African actors Mbali, Blou, Mjali, Malefane, director Dronford-May and Kedama pose during a ......
South African actors Mbali, Blou, Mjali, Malefane, director Dronford-May and Kedama pose during a photocall in Berlin. South African actors Andries Mbali, Lungelwa Blou, Sibulele Mjali, Pauline Malefane, director Mark Dronford-May and Andiswa Kedama (L-R) pose during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 13, 2005. Twenty-one films will be competing for the Golden and Silver Bears in the Competition. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
GERMANY ARTS FILM BERLIN
RTRN4VP
February 13, 2005
South African actress Malefane blows a kiss during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha'...
Berlin, Germany
South African actress Malefane blows a kiss during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen ......
South African actress Malefane blows a kiss during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' in Berlin. South African actress Pauline Malefane blows a kiss during a photocall for the South African film 'U-Carmen e-Khayelitsha' by South African director Mark Dronford-May at the 55th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin February 13, 2005. Twenty-one films will be competing for the Golden and Silver Bears in the Competition. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
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