Organisers of the 39th Karlovy Vary International film festival have announced they sold more than 43, 000 tickets to visitors in the festival's first two days. Along with the many visiting cinema fans, organisers have said that around 400 journalists have already arrived to cover the event and more are expected. Some 200 film professionals are also on site for the prestigious festival in the Czech spa town.
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