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PANAJI: Over 50 films from eight south Asian countries — India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, Maldives, Pakistan and Bhutan — will be screened during the fifth four-day South Asian Film Festival (SAFF) 2010 to be inaugurated on Friday.
Chief Minister Digambar Kamat will inaugurate the film festival at Kala Academy near here at 5 p.m.
The festival is aimed at “promoting peace and harmony”, with Afghanistan as the focus country. It will open with the screening of Afghan film An Apple from Paradise.
Chairperson of the Pakistan Film Censor Board Nilofar Bakhtiyar with a seven-member delegation of filmmakers and officials will be present for the film festival.
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