Internet films showcased at Tokyo festival

Oct 06, 2005

The Tokyo International Film Festival will have a section solely devoted to Internet films this year, organizers announced Thursday.

The festival kicks off its weeklong 18th annual meeting Oct.22, and 10 broadband-compatible films will be shown among the 296 works that entered this year's contest, the festival organizers said in a news release.

There are plans to make the broadband films accessible on the Internet as well once the festival gets under way, the organizers said.

Copyright 2005 by United Press International

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