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  • Korean Movies Go Global

    2011/10/28, Source,
    On October 21st, a meaningful gathering among members of the Korean movie industry took place. [SOV] [Interview : ] "I hereby declare the launch of the Council for Development of Korean Movies, which will create ideal conditions needed to develop Korean cinema". High-ranking officials from the government and the industry gathered to launch a council to further promote Korean movies around the world,...More
  • Largest ever Korean Film Night at Busan

    2011/10/10, Source,
    The Korean Film Council (KOFIC) held a booming Korean Film Night reception at the 16th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) on Sunday night (Oct 9) at the Paradise Hotel in Haeundae. The governmental organization estimates about 700 guests came to the reception, making it the largest it has thrown yet,...More
  • "The Front Line" Selected as Korea's Entry to Academy Awards

    2011/08/29, Source,
    by KOFIC Staff Korean Film Council (KOFIC, Chairman: Kim Ui-suk) has made its decision on "The Front Line", directed by Jang Hoon, as Korea's representative for Best Foreign Film section of the 84th Academy Awards, USA. "The Front Line", starring Sin Ha-gyoon and Ko Soo, is a war-themed human drama that depicted subtle yet complicated relationship between North and South Korean soldiers engaged in fierce battles to capture the frontier base of 'Aerok Hill' during the latter part of Korean War. Jang Hoon is a former assistant director of Kim Ki-duk, Korea's leading film auteur, and has already directed such critical and commercial hits as "Rough Cut" (2008) and "Secret Reunion" (2010), firmly establishing himself as one of the leading filmmakers in Korea today,...More
  • Mexico's Guanajuato International Film Festival to screen 76 Korean films

    2011/07/21, Source,
    by KOFIC The Guanajuato International Film Festival in Mexico, which will be held July 22 – 31, has chosen Korea as its main guest country this year, from which it will screen 76 films. These range from classics such as AHN Jong-hwa's 1934 film "Turning Point of the Youngsters" to a horror film showcase including "Whispering Corridors" and "Bedevilled", to retrospectives on directors Bong Joon-ho and Kim Dong-won,...More
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