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"Adam Bradley (by way of Jeremy Butler <[log in to unmask]>)" <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 5 Nov 2002 10:36:27 -0600
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Dear professors, friends, and filmmakers,

We at Transparency International are proud to announce the 2nd
International Anti-Corruption Film Festival, "Film for Transparency:
Exposing Corruption".  This festival is scheduled to run as part of the
11th International Anti-Corruption Conference in May, 2003 in Seoul, South

In addition to feature-length films, this film festival will showcase a
number of documentary and student films from around the world on the
subjects of transparency, governance, whistle-blowing, and corruption.

Film is an important medium for stimulating debate and action, and
Transparency International would like to invite filmmakers from around the
world to contribute to the fight for transparency in governance and against
corruption. By offering them a forum for their work, we hope to encourage
filmmakers to address the various themes that surround this issue,
including bribery, abuse of public trust, access to information, and
transparency in governance. We also hope to encourage filmmakers who are
just starting their careers to add their voices to the ranks of those who
work against corruption.

Attached you will find our Call for Submissions for the Film Festival; we
would like to ask for your assistance in helping us to spread the word
about our festival. Please, if you know of any filmmakers who are
addressing these themes in their work, encourage them to contact us and
submit their films.

The inaugural festival, held in October 2001 in Prague, the Czech Republic,
was a tremendous success, and with your help we can make Seoul a big hit as

For more information, please visit our website at
or contact Mr. Adam Bradley at

Adam Bradley
Film Festival Coordinator
Transparency International
Otto-Suhr-Allee 97/99, D-10585 Berlin, Germany
Email: [log in to unmask]
Mobile: +420 776 814 691
We thank you for your time and for your help.

Sincerely yours,

Adam Bradley
Film Festival Coordinator, Transparency International

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