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'The President's Last Bang' won Lino Brocka Award in Philippines

2005/10/25 | 199 views | Permalink | Source

Korean movie, 'The President's Last Bang' (directed by Im Sang-soo) won Lino Brocka Award of Cinemanila International Film Festival to be closed in 25th in Philippines.

According to the film festival committee, 'The President's Last Bang' won Lino Brocka Award which is regarded as the best film award, and Kim Dong-ho,festival director of PIFF (Pusan International Film Festival) won Lifetime Achievement Award.

The 7th Cinemanila International Film Festival, the biggest film festival in Philippines, chose 'In Casablanca Angels Don't Fly' by Mohammed Asli (Morocco) as this year's Grand Jury Prize.

On this occasion, 'Korean Focus' designed to present Korean films, introduced 'Taegukgi' by Kang Je-gyu, 'Untold Scandal' by Lee Jae-yong, ' JSA - Joint Security Area' by Park Chan-wook and 'The Isle' by Kim Ki-duk.

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