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  • [HanCinema's News] Guests for Pyeongchang International Peace Film Festival Revealed

    2019/08/14
    In anticipation of the Pyeongchang International Peace Film Festival's opening night on August 16th, the festival has released a list of the various South Korean entertainment industry professionals who will be in attendance. This is the festival's first year, so making a good impression on the red carpet will prove critical,...More
  • [HanCinema Box Office Review] 2015.11.13 ~ 2015.11.15

    2015/11/16
    "The Priests" holds up against Mendes' "Spectre"... Jang Jae-hyeon's murder mystery "The Priests" retained pole position during its second week out having defending the top spot against the incoming "Spectre". Last weekend, "The Priests" (formerly known as "Black Priest") dominated during its first weekend by capturing 62% of the sales, week two for Jang Jae-hyeon's directorial debut saw that slip to 49% with a million tickets sold. The film, which stars Kim Yun-seok and Gang Dong-won, has, since its release on the fifth of this month, grossed over $23.6 million,...More
  • Korean Animation: A Major Global Player and Creative Force

    2011/01/19, Source
    By: Mark Russel Like a lot of young people, I used to be a big fan of animation. Of course, back in the 1970s and '80s in North America, Disney and Warner Bros. dominated the Saturday morning dial, but even then, I realized that a lot of my favorite animated programs were coming out of Asia. I did not know much about those shows, but I could tell they were very different than Western programs that were so much more common. Cut to the 1990s, and when I finally made it to South Korea, I was pretty psyched to realize how much of my favorite animation, new and old, Western and Japanese, was actually being made there. In fact, at its peak in the mid-1990s, Korea accounted for nearly 50 percent of the world's animation, including "The Simpsons", "Star Wars: The Clone Wars", and "Spongebob Squarepants". Companies like Nelson Shin's Akom worked on animated films like "The Transformers" (the 1986 cartoon, not the Michael Bay explosion fest) and the "My Little Pony" movie,...More

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