Hot sellers include Hope and The Terror, Live.
The 18th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) wrapped with the two New Currents Awards going to Ahn Seonkyoung’s Korean film Pascha and Byamba Sakhya’s Mongolia-Germany co-production Remote Control.
Two of the world’s biggest genre geeks, Quentin Tarantino and Korean filmmaker Bong Joon Ho, discussed Asian cinema, casting and creative independence at the Busan film festival on Friday.
Busan’s Asian Film Market wrapped with a record number of participants and the Asian Project Market (APM)’s top Busan Award going to Kim Jee-woon’s Jin Roh: The Wolf Brigade.
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