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STAR SAYS THE RIGHT ROLE COULD REEL HER INTO A FILM

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Audrey Hepburn says she's not in retirement and would make another movie if the right opportunity came along.

"I'd love it - why not?" the film star said in Rochester, N.Y., Saturday while picking up the George Eastman Award for Distinguished Contribution to the Art of Film.Past recipients include Fred Astaire, Greta Garbo, Jimmy Stewart and Lauren Bacall.

Hepburn, who starred in "My Fair Lady," "Roman Holiday," and "Breakfast at Tiffany's," stopped making films in 1965 when her oldest son started school.

She made an appearance in Steven Spielberg's film "Always" in 1989.

"I didn't make that many movies, but I was terribly happy making all of them," Hepburn said. "I never retired."

But Hepburn said any film work would have to fit into her busy schedule as a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF.