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BigScreen Festival
also called "BigScreen Italia" is a film festival that focuses on Chinese and Italian cinema

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  1. The first edition of Big Screen took place in Padua, Italy from the 18th to the 24th of March 2004

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  2. 11th -12th May 2005 A taste of short films, video art, movies and documentaries leading up to the second edition of BigScreen Asia

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  3. first held in 2004 in Padua, Italy, but has recently been moved to Kunming, Yunnan, China

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  4. 24th-28th October 2005 Third appointment with the culture and cinema of the East

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  5. In November 2005 the organizers of CinaOggi moved to Kunming and BigScreen followed its creators to China

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