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The 4th Miseenscene Short Film Festival is held in CGV Yongsan

2005/05/07 Source

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As the 4th Miseenscene Short Film Festival is held in CGV Yongsan, the Film Festival has come to go near to the audience a step more.

This Film Festival, scheduled to be held on June 23-29, is a differentiated film festival, which subdivided its scope and a special feature whereas established short film festivals did programming in a department store manner without the classification of genre and character.

The Film Festival also has an intention of digging up films of brilliant talent to reveal new imagination's sensibility as its catch phrase, 'Beyond the barrier of genres' shows.

The executive committee of the Miseenscene Short Film Festival said that the committee would like to prepare a ground, through which director and a spctator or a cinema and a spectator can communicate by means of 'genres'.

In 2004, its opening films were 'Moving Self Portrait 2004' and 'Hysteria Mystery". Last year's Miseenscene Short Film Festival invited a total of 13 oversea short films such as 'Hello! Melo', 'The Man without a Head', 'Nothing to Lose', 'From Where I'm Standing', 'Listening', 'The French Doors', 'The Man in the Cupboard' and so forth.

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