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Published on May 25, 2012
The Cannes Film Festival is one of the most glamorous events in the movie industry - but it's no stranger to controversy. The latest outrage surrounds French comedian Dieudonne, whose film "The Anti Semite" has caused quite a stir in Cannes. The film, was banned by Cannes organizers for heavy use of Nazi imagery and humor.
According to the French Press Agency, the film includes "images deriding Auschwitz," "Dieudonne's violent and alcoholic character dressed as a Nazi officer for a fancy dress party, and Holocaust denier Robert Faurisson [appearing] as himself."