The Seoul Independent Film Festival 2008 will be held from December 11 through 19 at various theaters in Seoul. Having established in 1975, the 34-year-old film festival has fulfilled its mission of promoting the status of independent films in Korea. This year's slogan "Storm of Imagination" represents the role of independent films in today's society as a social critique and innovator.
The festival will also show some noted films from abroad. Documentaries "The Deported" by Mahbub Alam and "LEE KYUNG-HAE" by Daniel Tromben Rojas" have been invited for Korean screening. French films "La Vie Nouvelle" and "Ma Mere" and a Japanese film entitled "Slave" are among the foreign films to be presented at the special screening session.
8th Gwangju Int'l Film Festival Kicks Off 2008/12/09 (Source) The 8th edition of the Gwangju International Film Festival (GIFF) opens Dec. 4 with curtain-raiser "The Code" by Japan's Kaizo Hayashi. The fest distinguishes itself from such heavyweights as Pusan and Jeonju by being a non-competitive five-day event that highlights emerging directors of recent yea,...More
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