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Aravt historical film to compete at International Film Festival in South Korea

By B.TUNGALAG

Mongolian historical film Aravt will take part in an international film festival in South Korea this April. Around 100 artists have submitted films to the festival at present.
Before competing with others in South Korea, the film, produced by D.Zolbayar, will make its premiere in Ulan-Ude, Russia on March 5 and later in Kazakhstan.

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