Domestic Screen Quota Set at 109 Days
The domestic screen quota, or the number of days that the nation's theaters must show homegrown movies, will be 109 days this year.
The Culture and Tourism Ministry on Thursday said it gave domestic films two-fifths of the possible screening days in the first half, or 73 out of 182 days, and a fi,...More
Korean Video Art Works Invited to Paris Cinema
The Busan Biennale organizing committee said Wednesday that 15 video art works to be displayed at the biennale's Contemporary Art Exhibition have been invited to the Paris Cinema Festival.
As a programmer of the French festival, Park Man-u, the biennale's artistic director, selected the works to ,...More
Director Bong Joon-ho Expresses Confidence in Korean Movies
Director Bong Joon-ho has expressed his confidence that Korean movies will not lose the success they have enjoyed in spite of the screen quota cut.
"The screen quota for Korean movies will be halved from 146 days a year from July 1, but there are many good Korean movies waiting to be released, in,...More
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