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Two Indonesian films will hold their global premiere at the 2019 Busan International Film Festival (BIFF), now in its 24thiteration, which will run from Oct. 3 to 12 in Busan, South Korea. At least 300 films from 70 countries will be screened at 30 cinemas across the city, vying for the attention of moviegoers. (KawanKawan Media/File)
(JP/ News Desk)