The latest university to implement Korean cinema in its curriculum is the University Utrecht, from the Netherlands. Korean cinema has taken an increasingly more prominent place in global academic studies related to film. Internationally, a growing number of universities included Korean cinema to their program, including renowned universities as Yale, recognising Korean cinema's position in the film world.
University Utrecht will include Korean cinema in an existing course on global cinema wh...More
Korea's Showbox, a film investment, distribution and sales company has picked up international sales rights to Kim Ki-duk
's 15th feature film "Dream"
. The company will take the film and a handful of other titles to the European Film Market which runs alongside the Berlinale February 7 – 17.
cranked out January 23 after a 3-week shoot in Seoul. The film is generating much buzz due to its high-ca...More
Controversial director Kim Ki-duk
has cast South Korean leading actress Lee Na-young
alongside one of Japan's top actors, Joe Odagiri
, in what will be his 15th feature film. Titled "Bi-mong" ("Dream"
), the new project began shooting January 4 in Seoul and is scheduled to wrap on January 25.
Much interest is being given the new project as actress LE...More