Kim Kyung-mook dropped out of school at the age of sixteen and went to Seoul. He made his directing debut in 2004 with (2004). Faceless Things received aspecial mention in the competition for the Dragons and Tigers Award for YoungCinema in Vancouver in 2006. Besides film maker, KIM is also critic and columnist.
Korean indie films beckon fans 2012/03/12, Source,
A scene from "Pink", a psychosexual drama by award-winning arthouse auteur Jeon Soo-il
Local independent cinema has not seen many blockbuster hits like 2009's "Old Partner" lately but smaller films have slowly yet surely been receiving wider exposure. This month sees a particularly strong lineup of low-budget movies in theaters across the country, including international film fest-verified pictures,...More
KOFIC and Korean companies at HK Filmart 2012/03/05, Source,
(March 19 – 22, 2012) with sales companies such as 9ers and Mirovision.
The Korean booth will also play host to production companies Film Factory Nu:n, Inc. and P.A.M. Korea Media as well as technical services companies Studio SH, Moneff and Studioraon, Inc,...More
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