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The Philippines holds Silent Film Festival

Festival is reviving popularity in old silent classics through the power of modern music.

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Audiences in the Philippines have been attending the country’s 7th International Silent Film Festival.

The only event of its kind in Asia, the festival is reviving popularity in old silent classics through the power of modern music.

Al Jazeera's Rob Mcbride reports from Manila.

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