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“Belfast,” Kenneth Branagh’s mostly black-and-white memory piece about a boy growing up in 1960s Northern Ireland during the Troubles, captured the 44th Mill Valley Film Festival’s top prize, the Overall Audience Favorite award. “When the (pandemic) lockdown started, it was a period of introspection,” Branagh told The Chronicle, before the awards were made public.

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