24 participants have been selected for the 10th Asian Film Academy, which will have Hungarian director Bela Tarr as its dean.
The 19th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) has announced 29 projects selected to benefit from Asian Cinema Fund (ACF) 2014, including projects by award-winning directors such as O Muel (Jiseul) and Hannah Espia (Transit).
Korea’s Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) has appointed Kim Young-woo as Asian Cinema programmer, to handle documentaries and short films from Asia.
The Asian Film Awards Academy (AFAA) celebrated its inauguration last night (March 23) with Moet-AFA Special Award Rising Star of Asia awardees Chiaki Kuriyama and Kim Nam-gil.
Bangladeshi filmmaker Mostofa S. Farooki’s Television received a warm response when it screened as the closing film of the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) last week.
17th edition of the Busan International Film Festival ran Oct 4-13; Mostofa Farooki’s Television closed the festival.
Screen’s special supplement looks at the hottest films and projects in Busan.
Dir: Moon Si-hyun. South Korea. 2013. 108mins
Dir/scr: Kim Dong-hyun. South Korea. 2013. 125mins
Dir: Nobuhiro Yamashita. Japan. 2013. 78mins
Dir: Kim Jae-han. South Korea. 2013. 108mins
Dir/scr: Dustin Tri Nguyen. Vietnam. 2013. 106mins
Dir/scr: Yeon Sango-ho. South Korea. 2013. 101mins
Dir/scr: Khyentse Norbu. Bhutan. 2013. 96mins