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Daegu to Host Int'l Amateur Film Festival

2006/08/09 | 115 views | Permalink | Source

A United Nations agency for amateur filmmakers will hold an annual convention and a film festival in Daegu late this month.

According to the Daegu city government, the International Union of Non-Professional Cinema, also known as UNICA, will hold the event for nine days from August 26th.

Non-professional filmmakers from 40 member countries of UNICA will participate in the event.

The planned international film festival is a non-commercial, non-competitive event that has been held mostly in European countries such as Spain, Belgium and Poland.

A Daegu official expects the hosting of the event to become a springboard for the city's rise to an international cultural city.

Reported by KBS WORLD Radio

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