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Domestic Movie Invited to Swiss Film Festival

2006/07/17 | 174 views | Permalink | Source

An independent film, "Last Dining Table" by South Korean director Teddy Roh has been invited to the Locarno International Film Festival.

The Pusan International Film Festival said Monday that Roh's movie will be screened before an audience in the "Play Forward" section—the Swiss festival's new sidebar to host some of the more radical works in audiovisual experimentation and creativity.

During the film festival slated for next month, another domestic movie "Don't Look Back" by director Kim Young-nam will compete against some twenty films by young directors worldwide.

The 59th Locarno Film Festival will take place in Locarno, Swiss from August 2nd to 12th.

Reported by KBS WORLD Radio

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