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KANO, the opening film of the I‧Care Film Festival, was screened on 18 March at the New Asia Amphitheatre. Around 1,000 teachers and students watched this movie about a ragtag baseball team from southern Taiwan making it to the finals of Japan's high school baseball championship. Wei Te-sheng, producer of the film, attended the post-screening discussion hosted by film critic Fung Ka-ming to share his views on life and movies with the audience. Please click here for details.