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  1. Busan City Government Under Fire Amid Debate Over Film Festival's Independence

    4:19 am 1/28/2015

    South Korean film bodies have formed a committee demanding the festival's independence after the Busan mayor reportedly asked the festival director to resign.Read more

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  2. Asian Film School to Open in Busan

    7:22 pm 10/8/2014

    The new institution will be an expansion of the Busan Film Fest's annual Asian Film AcademyRead more

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  3. Busan: Asian Project Market Awards Go to Emerging Filmmakers

    8:31 am 10/8/2014

    Young Asian filmmakers took home the South Korean festival's top funding prizes Read more

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  4. 'Gentle': Busan Review

    2:42 am 10/8/2014

    Le Van Kiet returns to drama with an adaption of Dostoyevsky’s ‘A Gentle Creature’Read more

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  5. Busan: Asian Film Market Kicks off With Record Attendance

    4:41 am 10/6/2014

    U.S., European and Chinese sales agents and buyers want a piece of the Asian actionRead more

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  6. Busan: China's Online Movie Revenues Forecast to Match Box Office in 5 Years

    4:06 am 10/6/2014

    Senior exec at iQiyi, owned by search giant Baidu, probes opportunities in funding and 'big data'Read more

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  7. 'Cruel': Busan Review

    3:44 am 10/6/2014

    Crime novelist Eric Cherriere steps behind the camera for his first foray into feature filmmakingRead more

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  8. 'Mariquina': Busan Review

    3:31 am 10/6/2014

    Filipino director Milo Sogueco delivers a strong sophomore effort in the New Currents competition at BusanRead more

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  9. 'Paradise in Service': Busan Review

    3:09 am 10/6/2014

    Director Doze Niu reunites with his favorite leading man, Ethan Juan, to reveal a dark chapter in Taiwanese historyRead more

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  10. Busan: South Korean Ferry Disaster Documentary Causes a Stir

    2:26 am 10/6/2014

    Oscar-nominated filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer, victims' families and festivalgoers gathered to discuss 'The Truth Shall Not Sink With Sewol'Read more

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