Four Korean projects will participate in the Hong Kong Asia Film Financing Forum (HAF) including the latest by a trio of internationally renowned directors: Park Chan-wook, Bong Joon-ho, and Lim Sang-soo. HAF will be held March 17 to 19, 2008 at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre alongside the Hong Kong International Film Festival.
LIM's new project is a co-production to be shot in France and titled "A Woman in Paris". It revolves around a Korean female professor, her French boyfriend, and her various lovers. The film is to be produced by Carole SCOTTA and LEE In-ah of respective film companies Haut et Court and Greensky films.
BONG's project is tentatively titled Mother, and is about a mother and son. It will be produced by Choi Jae-won and SEO Woo-sik for Barunson Film Division. PARK's untitled film is about a priest-turned-vampire and has already received some attention after Korea's top star Song Kang-ho was cast. It is being produced by PARK and AHN Soo-hyeon for MOHO Films.
The fourth project is a fantasy with the working-title "Sharaku", about a mysterious wood-block printing master. Directed by PARK Tae-choon, it is a Japanese-Korean co-production. It is produced by KIM Seung-Beom, KIM Dong-gu, and ISEKI Satoru for Studio 2.0.
The "One Night Two Days" segment of KBS TV's "Happy Sunday" is one of these shows. Stars appearing in the segment visit Korea's famous scenic sites where they spend one night and two days and hold events,...More
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