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The Festival of Animated Film Trebon invites a total of 4 Korean animations

2005/02/21 | 127 views | Permalink | Source

A total of 4 Korean animations are invited to the Festival of Animated Film Trebon to be held in Prague, Czech on May 5-11.

According to the Film Festival's homepage (www.anifest.cz), Korean animation 'Empress Chung' was invited to the Feature Film Competition of this Film Festival along with another three animations such as 'Hair High', 'Back to Gaya', and 'Kate-The Taming of the Shrew'.

Duo band MOT's music video animation 'Cold Blood' will be screened in its 'Video Clip' section, another Competition.

Plus these, as 'Birthday Boy' and 'The Master' are invited to the Student Film section, four Korean animations in total are expected to be screened officially in this Film Festival.

The Source : Shin Jun-sup

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