Hyeon-su (Park Yong-ha), an unemployed, self-taught individual investor, hits the jackpot ― though at the cost of disrupting a scam by gangster-turned-financier Hwang (Park Heui-soon). Hwang, ho... More
Brown Eyed Girls' Narsha to enter film contest 2013/03/08, Source, Narsha of Brown Eyed Girls, a four-member girl group, plans to try her hand at directing films in the upcoming Olleh International Smartphone Film Festival. Any short movie filmed with a smartphone can be submitted for evaluation for the annual event that runs from April 17 to 20. Narsha is joining the festival through its "Mentor School" program where film directors guide celebrities on how to make a movie using smartphones,...More
[TALK OF THE TOWN] Smartphone shorts shine in Busan 2011/10/12, Source,
BUSAN - Ordinary people presented iPhone-made shorts on the sidelines of the Busan International Film Festival over the weekend, demonstrating even a 12-year-old can venture into filmmaking as the high-tech handset lowers the age threshold.
Despite featuring no film luminaries and drawing much smaller audiences than the festival's official selections, these smartphone flicks show how amateurs can take advantage of technology to turn their mundane life into cinematic art,...More
Hyeon-su (Park Yong-ha), an unemployed, self-taught individual investor, hits the jackpot ― though at the cost of disrupting a scam by gangster-turned-financier Hwang (Park Heui-soon). Hwang, however, recognizes Hyeon-su's talent and recruits him for his team of scam artists. They prepare for a 60 billion won heist, but a bigger scam is in the making within the group.
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