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North Korean Human Rights Film Festival

Little is known about life in North Korea aside from the bizarre antics of its leaders. This weekend, a film festival will zoom in on the hermit nation. The first ever North Korean Human Rights Film Festival in North America will take place in Toronto. We spoke to the founder and an organizer about it. Listen audio (runs 7:00)

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