NAFF announces 15 'It Project' films
Project market offers access to producers, investorsSEOUL -- The Network of Asian Fantastic Films for Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival has announced a lineup of 15 projects that will compete at the 2010 "It Project," NAFF’s project market for genre films.
NAFF, which took off in 2008, is an emerging market for Asian fantasy genres. “Tsubaki Hime” by Yu Irie (Japan), a selection from the previous market, made a world premiere at the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival earlier this year.
The finalists of NAFF will be provided with business meeting opportunities with international film producers and key investors during the festival period. Out of 15, jurors will select outstanding works and grant cash awards and post-production support. NAFF takes place on July 18 for five days. Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival begins July 15.
In competition for the "It Project" 2010
“AM11:00” by Shin Terra (Korea)
“Berandal” by Gareth Huw Evans (Indonesia)
“Camera” by James Leong (Singapore)
“Criminal Sin” by Cindy Mi Lin (China)
“Dark Bridge” by Marcelo Von Schwartz (Thailand)
“Demonstrate Loyalty” by Pang Ho Cheung (Hong Kong)
“Fragments” by Keisuke Toyoshima (Japan)
“M45” by Zhang Ming (Korea, Japan)
“No Excuse” by Kim Guang Tae (Korea)
“Playground” by Kim Kyaung Bok (Korea)
“School Girl Apocalypse” by John Cairns (Japan)
“Smile For Me” by Daniel Yee Heng Chan (Hong Kong)
“Soulmate” by Kim Ji-hwan (Korea)
“The King of the Swine” by Yeon Sang Ho (Korea)
“Weight” by Jeon Kyu Hwan (Korea)