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Preview the Guam Int'l Film Festival

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by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - The 3rd Annual Guam International Film Festival is around the corner, but we're giving you a special sneak peak.

Make sure to tune in this Sunday to The Road to GIFF 2013 as Ruzelle Amparo and Tano Lizama give you an inside look at this year's festival which will showcase close to 50 films from around the world. The television special airs Saturday at 6pm on KUAM-TV11.

Now after you watch the special make sure to check out the actual film festival which is scheduled for  September 24-29 at Agana Stadium Theaters. For more information to GuamFilmFestival.org.

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