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JVC launch Tokyo Video Festival 2003

JVC have launched TVF 2003, the JVC Tokyo Video Festival for 2003.
The festival is organised as a means of promoting the creation of content that explores the vast potential of video to deliver messages, record events, communicate information and express artistic insights.
TVF 2003 will begin accepting entries from entrants at the beginning of August, with a deadline of October 10. The winners of the festival will be announced next February in a ceremony at the Ebisu Garden Hall in Tokyo.
Part of the award for major prizewinners is to travel to Japan for the festival ceremony.
The TVF is the "home video festival in which many people can participate". It aims to enhance the video culture by promoting the creation of content and presenting opportunities for that content to be screened. Over the last quarter of a century 35,000 home video works have been submitted, and these are precious video archives, reflecting the changing times.

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