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Piff Kicks off Opening Ceremony

2006/10/12 | Permalink | Source

Preparations are in their final stage over in the southern port city of Busan for the opening ceremony of the 11th Pusan International Film Festival, which kicks off Thursday evening.
Organizers say this year the event hosts 245 films from 63 countries.
In fact, quite a few of the productions both domestic and foreign are poised to make their debut in Busan.
Fans to the event will also be treated to a wide range of programs on the sidelines of the gala including concerts.

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