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Shanghai cinemas to screen 300 films during festival

Local film buffs will be able to see 300 or so Chinese and foreign films in 28 cinemas across the city during the 15th Shanghai International Film Festival from June 16 to 24.
Many prize-winning films will be shown, from Kim Ki-duk's self-portrait "Arirang," which received a prize at last year's Cannes Film Festival, to Woody Allen's Oscar-winning "Midnight in Paris" and the Golden Bear winner "Caesar Must Die" by Italian brothers Paolo and Vittorio Taviani.
The festival will also show 20 documentaries in different styles, such as "Hometown Boy" and "First Position," the organizer said.
Shanghai Film Art Center, Yonghua Cinema, Stellar Cinema City, Peace Cinema and the Grand Cinema are the main venues of the film festival. All the films will be shown in their original language with both English and Chinese subtitles.
Tickets for each screening are priced 40 yuan (US$6.35) to 60 yuan each and will be sold early next month at the theaters or via and


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