CHUNCHEON, Mar. 4 (Korea Bizwire) — On Sunday, the Gangwon Film Commission (GFC) announced that it will recruit participants for an upcoming film tour.
The so-called ‘Visiting Film Tour’ is an event that offers various cultural experiences, including watching classic films and a movie talk program in areas where movie viewing facilities are unavailable.
In 2012, the GFC signed a joint business agreement with the Korean Film Archive and has been holding events at a number of unique locations including a senior citizens’ center, daycare center, and local children’s center.
Applicants are typically individuals with insufficient movie watching facilities or organizations with little access to movies.
After applying for the event, the commission will set a schedule and secure viewing areas to watch the desired film.
Starting this year, the commission plans to expand its program to child welfare institutions, multicultural family support facilities, and facilities for the handicapped.
The GFC plans to boost efforts to implement a cultural city where citizens and local communities join together as a project to support film culture.
The commission is hoping for significant interest from the public.
M. H. Lee (firstname.lastname@example.org)