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Gothenburg funds six projects

Sixty pics have received support since 1998

STOCKHOLM — The Gothenburg Intl. Film Festival Fund has granted coin to six film projects.

The six pics are Zeze Gamboa’s “The Great Kilapy” (Angola), Onimam Doren’s “Little Lama” (India), Geetha J’s “A Certain Slight of Light,” Nganguem Kandem Martin’s “Sawa” (Cameroon), Mikayel Vatinyan’s “Joan and the Voices” (Armenia) and Nurman Hakim’s “Pesantren” (Indonesia).

The grants are between 15,000 Swedish kroner ($2,300) and $15,300.

The fund has supported 60 projects from 25 different countries since it was set up in 1998.

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