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Indian judge for Korean Green Film fest

This is the first time ever that the Seoul-based festival will have a non-Korean on its panel. The festival will begin from May 4.

india Updated: May 04, 2006 12:15 IST

An Indian will be on the jury of the Korean Green Film Festival

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This is the first time ever that the Seoul-based festival will have a non-Korean on its panel. The festival will begin from May 4.


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Tomar, director of CMS Vatavaran, will join the jury on May five, its other members being film critic Kim Young jim, actress Chang Mi Hee and environmentalist Chun Kyoung.



Twenty films from 14 countries highlighting environmental issues will compete for a total prize money of USD 19,000 in four categories - the Grand Prize, the Excellence Prize, Best Short Film and Audience's Choice Award.

Tomar, as CMS Vatavaran director, has been spearheading a movement for creating compassion and awareness about pertinent environmental issues, the statement said.