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The Pusan International Film Fest 2006 to screen 'Krissh'

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MUMBAI: The Pusan International Film Festival from 12 October to 20 October 2006 in Korea, will screen its first Bollywood movie, Krissh during a program called 'A Window on Asian Cinema' on 16 and 19 October 2006.

The Film Festival has been credited with bringing Asian Filmmakers together. Other programs include 'New Currents', 'Korean Panorama', 'World Cinema', 'Wide Angle', 'Open Cinema', 'Critic's Choice' and 'Special Programs in Focus'. The festival seeks to be non-competitive, with the exception of 'New Currents' which is a competitive program, states an official release.

The next section 'World Cinema' will screen new works by World renowned Filmmaker, offering a better understanding of the recent trend in world cinema. The 'Open Cinema' will feature a collection of new films, combining both the art and mass popularity, along with the Internationally acclaimed works, while 'Korean Panorama' will offer a presentation on the latest outstanding Korean films. 

'Korean Retrospective' on the other hand, is a re-cap on the history of Korean cinema by spotlighting the films on a certain notable director. 'Wide Angel' is a section dedicated to showing outstanding shot films, animation, documentary and experimental films presenting different and distinct visions via broader cinematic viewpoints, while 'Critics Choice' screens films chosen by five renowned critics in an attempt to discover new film artists.

The news sections included this year are 'Midnight Passion' which introduces 12 films of the latest Cult Films from around the world. There is a special program titled 'Special on French Movies' in commemorations of Korea and France's 120 years of amity. Also, 'The Remapping of Asian Amateur Cinema' will show it's second edition as a continued effort to discover major Asian cineastes who left their mark in their respective countries but were unknown internationally.

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