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West Papuan Documentary to Premiere in Amsterdam

Pre-announcement

The documentary film "Strange Birds in Paradise: A West Papuan Story" has been invited to premiere at the International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam, IDFA, 19th and 29 November 2009. This will be the world premiere.


Go to the film's website for details on production, the trailer, and screening information. The website will be updated when new festivals or broadcasts are scheduled.


(http://http://www.strangebirds.com.au)


once the Film Festival circuit is concluded there will be also included a screening kit on the website.


The screening times at IDFA will be scheduled by 10 November 2009. For details you can check on the IDFA website for screening times.


http://http://www.idfa.nl


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