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'Aachi and Ssipak' and four other animated films at the Ottawa International Animation Film Fest

2007/08/14 Source

Five Korean animations are representing the country at the Ottawa International Animation Festival in Canada, one of the world's four major international animation festivals.

The selected films are "Aachi And Ssipak" (Director: Jo Beom-jin) in the Feature Film category; "Deady" [editor's note: is this really supposedly "Deady" or should it be "Deadly"?] (Director: Choi, Darang, et. al.), "Love is Moving" (Director: Oh, Sumin, et al.), and "The Fish" (Park, Kyoung-Mi) in the High School Animation category; and "Cat and Bear" (Director: Jo, Seong-Yoon and Jo, Se-Heon) in the Short Animation Made for Children category.

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