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First round of KOFIC 2006 subtitling support

2006/04/10 | Permalink | Source

KOFIC has announced the recipients of the first round of the 2006 Subtitle Translation and Print Production support program. Six feature films and five short films were selected out of 27 total submissions (15 feature films, 12 short and independent films). The program provides funding for the production of a subtitled print, with specific arrangements to be made by the film's producer or international sales agent.

A second round of applicants will be considered in late 2006.

The latest recipients are:

"Don't Look Back" (dir. Kim Young-nam, 127 min, submitted by Emotion Pictures)
"The Customer is Always Right" (dir Oh Ki-hyeon, 106 min, submitted by JoWoo Film)
"Time" (dir Kim Ki-duk, 96 min, submitted by Cineclick Asia)
"The King and the Clown" (dir. Lee Joon-ik, 119 min, submitted by CJ Entertainment)
"The Unforgiven" (dir Yoon Jong-bin, 122 min, submitted by Film Messenger)
"The Peter Pan Formula" (dir Jo Chang-ho, 108 min, submitted by LJ Film)

Moduga Georeoganeun (dir. SHIN Min-jae, 35mm, color, 12 min)
Bulbeobjucha (dir. JEONG Choong-hwan, 35mm, color, 26 min)
Yogurt Kkot (dir. IM Hee-dae, 35mm, color, 18 min)
Unsujoheun Nal (dir. LEE Han-jong, 35mm, color, 39 min)
Jugeun gae (dir. SON Young-seong, 35mm, color, 19 min)

The jury who made the selections consisted of film critic CHUNG Sung-il, director Kong Soo-chang ("R-Point"), and producer SHIN Hye-eun. For more information about this program, contact KOFIC's International Promotion Department.

Darcy Paquet (KOFIC)

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