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    Is There a Link Between U.S. And Korean Cinema? The Busan International Film Festival Provides An Answer

    "Drama" today seems to be as dirty a word in Korea as in the halls of any Hollywood studio.

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    The Busan International Film Festival showcase the best in Asian and World Cinema

    Showcasing the latest films from across the region, the Busan International Film Festival is undoubtedly one of the most influential film events in Asia. Besides the incredible amount of films from all over the world, highlighting the continent’s most prominent nations in the cinematic la...

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    Seduced by "Choked," Asia's Busan Film Festival Transforms

    For the past sixteen years, the Pusan International Film Festival has often featured fireworks on its opening nights. This year, however, was a little different. The multicolored lights flashing over the heads of audience members were still impressive, but they were electronic, a vast LED light...

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    In Pusan, Fest Guru Kim Heads Out; "Musan," "Night" & "Pure" Take Top Nods

    Midway through this year's Pusan International Film Festival, while accepting his honorary title of Asian Filmmaker of the Year, Taiwanese director Tsai Ming-liang gave voice to the sentiments of many festival attendees. "I am honored, but also truly sad, for Kim Dong-ho is retiring af...

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    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Another "Crouching Tiger": Korea Sustains Boom with Blockbusters and Auteurs

    WORLD CINEMA REPORT: Another "Crouching Tiger": Korea Sustains Boom with Blockbusters and Auteursby Anthony Kaufman(indieWIRE: 08.22.02) -- Watch out, Hollywood. Add South Korea to a growing list of national cinemas (see France and India) with the right dose of big-budget blockbusters and prolific auteurs to draw in local audiences and stir up international interest. Last year, homegrown works nabbed the top five spots at the country's box office with an estimated 49.1 percent market share, beating out American studio product like "Shrek," "Harry Potter," and "Pearl Harbor." And all over the world, Korean masters like Im Kwon Taek (best direc...

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