Chinese Film Festival

The National Film Corporation will hold a Chinese Film Festival in Sri Lanka from April 3 to 6 under a memorandum of understanding signed between China and Sri Lanka on international awareness on films, states.

The inaugural ceremony will be held on April 3 at the National Film Corporation, New Cinema Hall at 6 pm under the patronage of Minister of Cultural Affairs Mahinda Yapa Abeywardena and Chinese Ambassador Ye Dabo.

Call for Love film will be screened at the inaugural ceremony for invitees. Simultaneously, the films will be screened to the public free of charge, from April 4 to 6 at the BMICH Cinema Hall and at Katugastota Sigiri Cinema hall in Kandy.

When Nuoma was Seventeen film will be shown at the BMICH on April 4 at 3 pm and A Railway in the Clouds film at 6 p.m. The films Prince of the Himalayas and Honeymoon will be shown on April 5 at 3 pm and 6 pm respectively.

The films Call for Love and When Nuoma was Seventeen will be shown at Katugastota Sigiri Cinema Hall in Kandy on April 6 at 10.30 am and 2.30 pm respectively.

The concluding ceremony of this film show will be held at the Katugastota Sigiri Cinema Hall on April 6 under the patronage of the Governor and the Chief Minister, where the film Gun of Mercy will be screened.

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