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Do No Harm in Korea

Roseanne Liang’s Sundance-premiered short Do No Harm is one of 17 titles in the competition line-up for the 19th Seoul International Women’s Film Festival (SIWFF), which runs in early June.

Over half the Asian Short Film & Video Competition selections come from Korea, with Liang’s film the only one selected from outside of Asia.

All up 106 films from 37 countries are selected across various programme strands.

 

 

The Seoul International Women’s Film Festival will run 1 – 7 June.

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