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Park Jung-bum (박정범)

Male - 1976

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Korean rookie director Park Jung-bum's The "Journals of Musan" won the Tiger Award at the 40th Rotterdam International Film Festival on February 4 in the Netherlands. It also scored the FIRPRESCI Award, given by the International Federation of Film Critics. "The Journals of Musan" is the story of a North Korean defector struggling to live in South Korea. Park Jung-bum served as the first assistant director on Lee Chang-dong's film "Poetry", which won Best Screenplay at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, and he was director, screenplay writer and actor for his debut film, "The Journals of Musan", which was invited to the Pusan International Film Festival and won both the New Currents Award and the FIRPRESCI Award in 2010. The shooting of the film was supported by KAFA of KOFIC, March 2010.

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  • "Han Gong-ju" wins at festival

    2014/02/03, Source,
    Director Lee Su-jin's debut film "Han Gong-ju" has won one of 15 Hivos Tiger Awards at the 43rd edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam. The awards recognize films that "give young filmmakers a voice" and "push boundaries". Along with Lee, the Japanese film "Anatomy of a Paper Clip" by director Ikeda Akira and the Swedish film "Something Must Break" by director Ester Martin Bergsmark were also honored,...More
  • [HanCinema's Afterwords] KOFIC Podcast Review - Ep. 4

    2014/01/11,
    In this Episode: Pierce gives us a news roundup and has a chat to independent film actress Kim Kkobbi… KOFIC recently launched "Korean Cinema Today", a bimonthly podcast that's all about the wonderful world of Korean cinema. Hosted by Pierce Conran, the show features the latest Korean cinema news, features, discussions, and interviews with special guests from the industry. This episode of KOFIC's Korean Cinema Today was divided into two segments, the first has Pierce discussing some Korean film news, and the second features an interview with actress Kim Kkobbi ("Breathless", "Pluto"). The first segment seems to be from last year and mentions the box office figures from the last week of December; but Pierce also highlights a few Korean news items that are worth mentioning again,...More
  • Korean movies opening today 2013/10/24 in Korea

    2013/10/24, Source,
    Korean movies opening today 2013/10/24 in Korea; "Top Star", "Rough Play", "Blood and Ties", "Koala", "If You Were Me 6", "Breed - Her Inside Me", "Talking Architect, City:Hall",...More
  • [HanCinema's Film News] New Korean Films Inbound...

    2013/10/19,
    K-Films Coming Soon: ★★★★ "Blood and Ties": A daughter starts to question her father's involvement in a series of killings that devastated their family. (10/24) ★★★★★ "Rough Play": An upcoming movie star gets absorbed into the corrupt underworld of fame and fortune. (10/24) ★★★★ "Koala": Three young adults pool their efforts to try and keep their new burger business alive. (10/24),...More
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