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Eleven Korean features to screen at Vancouver

2003/09/19 | 445 views | Permalink | Source

Eleven feature films and five short films from Korea will screen in the upcoming Vancouver International Film Festival, scheduled to take place from 25 September to October 10. Programmed by British film critic Tony RAYNS, the selection features a wide range of critically acclaimed arthouse work and groundbreaking commercial features. The festival will also screen a newly resubtitled print of auteur Jang Sun-woo's latest work, Resurrection of the Little Match Girl.

Save the Green Planet and Invisible Light, both by first-time filmmakers, will also compete in the festival's Dragons & Tigers Competition for Young Asian Cinema. Past winners of the award from Korea include Hong Sang-soo for The Day a Pig Fell Into the Well and Lee Chang-dong for Green Fish.

A full list of the Korean films screening in the event is given below. For more information, visit the festival's website at Open the link

If You Were Me, dir. various
Invisible Light, dir. Gina Kim
Jealousy Is My Middle Name, dir. PARK Chanok
Memories of Murder, dir. Bong Joon-ho
Mutt Boy, dir. KWAK Kyung-taek
My Korean Cinema, dir. KIM Hong-Joon
Resurrection of the Little Match Girl, dir. Jang Sun-woo
Save the Green Planet, dir. JANG Jun-hwan
A Smile, dir. PARK Kyung-hee
A Tale of Two Sisters, dir. KIM Jee-woon
Wild Card, dir. Kim Yoo-jin

Being Normal (58 min.), dir. CHOI Hyun-jung
Can I Love You? (25 min.), dir. Lee Ha
Doggy (14 min.) dir. Noh Dong-seok
Irreversible (43 min.), dir. PARK Kyung-mok
Wonderful Day (32 min.), dir.KIM Hyun-pil

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