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Eight Short Length Films to Compete at MIFF
16.06.2015 11:14
Eight Short Length Films to Compete at MIFF

The 37th Moscow International Film Festival will be held in Moscow from June 19 to June 26.

      

      Eight films made in Great Britain, Venezuela, Germany, Russia, Finland, France, Sweden, South Korea will take part in the short-length film competition at the MIFF.


      

As the festival’s official site informs, the program includes Antivirus (director Svetlana Eksford, Russia, Great Britain), Eve (Francisco Parej, Venezuela), The Cardboard Person (Darya Yemelyanova, Russia), Sniper’s Supervision Method (Kim Yunkha, South Korea), Ms. Zakhra (Markus Lekhmusruusu, Finland), Earlier (Arthur Tabuto, France), Sex and Taxes (Eva Ainchorn, Juneau Dzhe Kim, Sweden, Germany) and Snow Story (Kim Yunsik, South Korea).




Author: Vera Ivanova

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