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  • Korean Films at the Hong Kong Film Festival
    2010/03/12, Source
    Korea is well represented at this year's Hong Kong Film Festival by a large number of independent films.

    Most of the films are competing in the 'Asian Digital Competition' underlining Korea's growing strength in the digital film arena. The films competing in the section this year are the Pusan,...
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  • 60th Berlinale Invites 9 Korean Films
    2010/02/18, Source
    Asian films will highlight the 60th anniversary of the Berlin International Film Festival, both bookending the main program and dominating the Forum section of the top-tier fest. While films from China and Japan open and close the fest (Feb 11 20), Korean films show a strong presence throughout w,...More
  • Eight Korean films to show at Berlin film fest

    2010/02/10, Source
    Korean films "Actresses" (left) and "The Naked Kitchen" (Right) Eight Korean films -- including "Actresses", "The Naked Kitchen" and "A Brand New Life" -- are up for presentation at the 60th Berlin International Film Festival, which kicks off in Germany on Thursday. This year, the film festival -- which is considered one of the most prestigious film events in Europe alongside Cannes, Venice and Rotterdam -- will show more than 400 films from around the world. In addition to the following Korean movies invited to the film fest, two Asian productions have also been selected for the opening and closing films; "Apart Together", directed by Chinese filmmaker Wang Quan'an to open the event while Japanese film "Younger Brother" by Yoji Yamada will close the festival on February 21.,...More
  • [Movie] PIFF's Choices Reaffirmed at Major International Film Festivals
    2010/02/10, Source
    "I'm in Trouble!", Our Fantastic 21st Century and more films world-premiered at the PIFF (Pusan International Film Festival) have been invited to the Berl,...More
  • 14th PIFF Wraps With Awards
    2009/10/22, Source
    The 14th Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF) wrapped Friday Oct 16 with an awards ceremony followed by closing film The Message, in its international premiere. Co-directed by Taiwan's CHEN Kuo-fu and China's GAO Qunshu, the lavish period epic is a suspenseful spy thriller set in the tense poli,...More
  • Pusan Int'l Film Festival to Kick Off in early October
    2009/10/01, Source
    Make your way to the southern port city of Busan for the 14th Pusan International Film Festival (Oct. 8 - 16).

    It will be held on the biggest scale ever this year, featuring 355 films from 70 nations. With a budget expansion of nearly one billion won bringing the total up to 9.95 billion, the coa,...
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  • 14th Pusan Int'l Film Fest Boasts Huge Line-Up
    2009/09/18, Source
    The 14th edition of the Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF), Asia's top film industry event, has announced a record line-up of 355 films from 70 countries, up from 315 last year. Running October 8 16 in Busan, Korea's second largest city, PIFF will introduce 98 World Premieres and 46 Interna,...More
  • Korean Films Premiering at 14th Pusan Fest
    2009/09/18, Source
    A number of high-profile Korean features will have their World Premiere at the 14th Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF) including opening film "Good Morning President" by writer-director,...More

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