Busan film festival to feature 'Paradise in Service', 'Gangster Pay Day' 2014/09/07, Source,
The 19th Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) will open with "Paradise in Service" from Taiwan and close with "Gangster Pay Day" from Hong Kong. The festival kicks off on October 2 and will feature 314 films from 79 countries. "Paradise in Service", by Taiwanese director Chen-zer Doze Niu, reflects the time of his father's generation, who served in the military in the 1960s and 1970s. The film begins with the transfer of Recruit Pao to Kinmen Island, or Quemoy, located between Taiwan and the Chinese mainland. He later becomes responsible for managing the Paradise in Service bar, a brothel within the military camp,...More
Busan Film Fest to Gather Movies from All Over Asia 2014/09/06, Source,
Global celebrities will walk the red carpet as this year's Busan International Film Festival takes place from Oct. 2 to 11. BIFF director Lee Yong-kwan on Tuesday said this year's festival will take place on 33 screens in seven cinemas, featuring 314 films from 79 countries,...More
Tang Wei's Wedding Pictures Revealed 2014/08/20, Source,
Film director Kim Tae-yong's production firm on Tuesday unveiled photos of his wedding to Chinese actress Tang Wei.
The two had a small wedding at the Ingmar Bergman estate on the Swedish island of Faro on July 12 and an official marriage ceremony witnessed by their families recently, Bom Film Productions said,...More
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