Live: Film Stars light up the red carpet for HIIFF opening ceremony

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The 3rd Hainan Island International Film Festival (HIIFF) kicks off in Sanya, Hainan, from December 5 to 12, featuring 4,376 entries from 114 countries and regions. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some international filmmakers will participate in the festival remotely. Now the red carpet is ready to roll out. Join CGTN’s Reporter Zhu Danni for a closer look at how big names shine on the red carpet. #HIIFF2020

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