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Yoon Eun-hye appointed as judge for the Asiana International Short Films Festival

2012/10/07 | Permalink | Source

Actress Yoon Eun-hye has been appointed the special judge at the 10th Asiana International Film Festival.

She is judging the 'Face of Short Films Awards' which is given to short film actors and actresses in the country whose movies are in the finals. One representing actor of the year and the former 'Face of Short Films' become a team and pick the winner of the next year.

Yoon Eun-hye's short film "Knitting" gave her the image of a director as her movie was invited to the Korean Short Film category. She said, "I am honored to be the special judge for ASFF. As much as I am picking out the 'Face of Short Films', I will do my best as an actress and judge with all my heart".

The 10th AIFF event will be held from the 1st of November to the 6th at Cine Cube in Gwanghwa-mun.

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