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20 November 2017
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Season's Greetings and welcome to the final edition of AFC News for 2004. The AFC hopes you have a wonderfully inspiring time over the holiday season.

In this issue you can read an interview with National Film and Sound Archive Director Paolo Cherchi Usai on his vision for the Archive, hear about how Khoa Do marketed and distributed his low-budget feature The Finished People, examine Korea's vibrant local film industry and visit Newcastle Film Festival for a screening of Newsfront.

The AFC enquiries service will be closed for the Christmas period from lunchtime 24 December to 4 January.

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