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On Nantucket, Kaufman honored, Kerry keeps to himself

By Carol Beggy & Mark Shanahan
Globe Staff / June 21, 2004

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ADAPTING Even though he was the guest of honor, screenwriter Charlie Kaufman hadn't planned to attend this year's Nantucket Film Festival. But then the author of "Being John Malkovich" and "Adaptation" got to thinking: "I figured I could get a free family vacation out of it," he told the crowd at Saturday's screenwriters tribute at the Sconset Casino. "But I'm ... (Full Article: 669 Words)

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