18 years, 18 days won the Best Documentary Award of Canada International Film and TV Festival
1st Canada International Film and TV Festival was held in Vancouver, and 18years, 18days, created by Professor SUN Lijun, vice president of BFA, won the Best Documentary Award. Meanwhile, BFA won Outstanding Film Achievement Award because of its prominent contributions to world film education.
The Canada International Film and TV Festival was an international film and TV festival, and on the support of Canada government, its purpose was to display the best film and TV from different districts, languages, cultures to world people, and to encourage film and TV artists who made contribution to their countries, and to promote national culture to other places of the whole world through their own film and TV.
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