6th Child Rights Film Festival to be hosted online from Nov. 14 to 22
The 6th Child Rights Film Festival organized by Save the Children will be hosted online from Nov. 14 to 22.
The annual event is held every November in line with World Children’s Day on Nov. 20, and emphasizes the importance of children’s rights through films about young people on various issues such as child abuse, war, poverty and more.
To prevent the spread of Covid-19, the film festival has been moved online. A total of six films will be screened on the event’s official website (crff2020.sc.or.kr) such as director Kim Yoo-ri’s “Sub-zero Wind,” “For Sama” by Waad Al-Kateab and Edward Watts and “Missing Link” by Chris Butler.
Online panel discussions with actor Moon So-ri, professor Jeong Jae-seung from KAIST, director Kim and history lecturer Choi Tae-sung are also scheduled.
Participants who wish to see the films or participate in the events should sign up via the website and pay a ticket fee of 10,000 won. ($9)
BY LEE JAE-LIM [email@example.com]
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