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"Bunshinsaba" advances to main competition of horror film festival

2005/09/22 | 478 views | Permalink | Source

The movie "Bunshinsaba" directed by Ahn Byeong-ki has advanced to the main competition of the 5th Screamfest Los Angeles Horror Film Festival. The festival's organizing committee said on Sept. 21 (local time) that the movie will vie for the festival's major awards from Oct. 14 through 23 at the Universal Studio Cinema in Los Angeles.

"Bunshinsaba", Ahn's third horror movie following his 2000 hit "Nightmare" and 2002 hit Phone, will be screened on Oct. 14 at 10:00 a.m.

Kelsey Howard's "Cruel World" will be shown at the opening ceremony of the festival, which will feature 16 independent movies and 27 short films.

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