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Korean Indie-feature 'Animal Town' to Compete at San Sebastian

2009/08/14 Source

Director Jeon Kyu-hwan's second film "Animal Town" is to premiere at Spain's San Sebastian International Film Festival. The film will screen at the 'Zabaltegi New Directors' Section competing against seventeen other films for 90,000 euros (160,000,000 Korean Won). Director JEON's first film, "Mozart Town" (2008) also travelled the film festival route screening at the Tokyo International Film Festival amongst others. Korean director Kim Ki-duk's "Dream" screened at San Sebastian in 2008.

Including Latin America, San Sebastian is the biggest film festival out of all Spanish speaking countries. Beginning in 1953 it has also become one of the world's biggest festivals and this year runs from the 18th to the 26th of September.

David Oxenbridge (KOFIC)

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