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The 9th Puchon International Film Festival

2005/07/14 | 131 views |  | Permalink | Source

Puchon, Kyonggi Province

Through July 23

The 9th PiFan will show a total of 172 films from 32 countries on nine screens in Puchon until July 23. And the festival will screen "Open Water" and "The Wind Mill Palm Forest" as the closing films.

Directed by Chris Kentis, "Open Water" is a story of two scuba divers stranded in the ocean, and Yoo Sang-wook's "The Wind Mill Palm Forest" is about a young potential lawyer who falls in love with a factory worker.

The festival consists of four main sections _ Puchon Choice, World Fantastic Cinema, Fantastic Short Films, Family Section _ along with six special programs and a retrospective.

In Puchon Choice, the festival's official competition section, nine feature films and nine short films will compete. Various short films from the world will be shown in the Fantastic Short Films section. Tickets: 5,000 to 10,000 won, and for more information, call (032) 345-6313 or visit Open the link

Real Fantastic Film Festival 2005

Chongno, Seoul

Through July 23

The festival will show about 60 short and feature films on two screens at Seoul Art Cinema and Film Forum in Chongno, downtown Seoul until July 23.

The film closing the festival will also be the winner of the Audience Award.

The event consists of five sections _ Special Program, Fantastic Planet, Fantastica Koreana, Short and Fantastic, and Special Screening. The highlight of the event is the Special Program: Marx Attacks!!! _ Sci-Fi Movies from Eastern Europe, which will show 12 films from countries such as Poland, the former Soviet Union, the former Czechoslovakia and Romania from the 1950s to the 1980s, including two films by Andrei Tarkovsky.

The section of Fantastica Koreana will show seven recent Korean films such as "Blood Rain", "Crying Fist" and "A Bittersweet Life", and the Special Screening section will show Korean films of the late 1930s and 1940s. Tickets: 6,000 won and for more information, call (02) 927-8440 or visit Open the link .

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