Film Shows Open to Celebrate Kim Jong Il's Birthday
Korean Central News Agency of DPRK via Korea News Service (KNS)
Pyongyang, February 9 (KCNA) -- 10-day film shows opened in the DPRK to celebrate General Secretary Kim Jong Il's birthday.
To be screened at cinemas and cultural halls in Pyongyang and local areas are documentaries including "Care Shown to Make Their Lives Shine" and "Led by Great Brilliant Commander" and feature films including "Inheritance" and "White Gem".
A film show in Pyongyang was opened with due ceremony at the People's Palace of Culture Wednesday.
Present there were Yang Hyong Sop, Kang Nung Su, officials concerned, creators and artistes in the field of film and arts and working people in Pyongyang.
Hong Kwang Sun, chairman of the State Film Commission, made an opening address.
After the ceremony the participants watched feature film "Wave of Songgang" (parts one and two).
Similar film shows also opened in provinces on the same day.
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