Pope Francis looks on as American artists perform during his weekly general audience in St Peter's square, February 3, 2016.
AFP / Tiziana Fabi
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The Vatican is disputing a U.S. film studio's claim that the pope is making his motion picture debut, saying no scenes were shot for the venture and that the head of the Roman Catholic Church is no performer.Monsignor Dario Vigano, head of the Vatican's communications operation, acknowledged that he couldn't exclude that the filmmakers got hold of some clips of the pope.The company said "Beyond the Sun" was initiated when Francis asked the filmmakers to make a movie for children that communicates Jesus' message. The press release was accompanied by photos of the pope with the filmmakers.
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