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Another Korean cinema special screening event to be held in Turkey

2005/03/12 | 74 views | Permalink | Source

Another Korean cinema special screening event is held at the International Istanbul Film Festival, which will be opened from April 2 in Turkey.

This Film Festival's special screening section to greet the 24th as of this year, invited a total of 9 Korean cinemas such as 'Bin Jip - 3-Iron', 'Samaria', 'Oasis', 'Low Life', 'Silmido' and so forth.

On one hand, Korean cinema 'Untold Scandal' was invited to the international competition part in which a total of 13 cinemas take part.

The 24th International Istanbul Film Festival will be full with some of the most striking, newest and top of the world-class films, special screenings, guest stars and talks with masters of the film directing business (Master Classes) from April 2nd to 17th, 2005, its organizing committee said in the film's official website.

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