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Northern Ireland movie festival

by Kiho Muroga
(Tokyo, Japan)

I want to tell you about the “Northern Ireland movie festival.” This festival is held in Japan for gaining publicity of Northern Ireland movies. In Japan, there is a mistake that Northern Ireland is a country of terrorism.

But, there are many great cultures, like movies, music, and literacy in Northern Ireland. Therefore, the festival is held for removing this mistake.

This festival is usually held for a week in Tokyo, and many movies are shown. Many fans of movies go to the festival, and this festival is successful.

I have never been to this festival, so I want to go there and feel the world of Northern Ireland.

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to What Japanese University Students Think About Northern Ireland.

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