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New Currents filmmakers cautiously optimistic

Directors face hurdles for Asian independent cinema

Lotte to open first China cinema in Dec.

Korean entertainment major plans more sites in 2011

Mirovision, Production M feeling ‘Reckless’

SEOUL -- South Korean production company Mirovision is teaming up with M Production to bring writer-director Lee Myung-se's samurai action movie "Youth Is Reckless" to the big screen.

Asia putting in a call for heroes

BUSAN, South Korea -- Asian filmmakers are looking for a superhero -- or a few of them -- who can battle into the international marketplace and cut into Hollywood's boxoffice dominance of the genre.

New Zealand, Korea are ‘Soul Mates’

Korea and New Zealand's co-production treaty has borne its first fruit, with Scott Reynolds' "Soul Mates" to become the initial film made under the new pact.

Korean film industry seeing declines

"A crisis like a great depression," is how Korean Film Council chairman Kang Han-sub described the local industry at a news conference over the weekend. Fewer buyers attending this year's Asian Film…

Film commission seminar urges more incentives

"Put your money where your mouth is" in terms of incentives summed up location expert Bill Bowling's advice Saturday to a gathering of film commission representatives and government officials from…

Asian cinema gets tag-team boost

BUSAN, South Korea -- The Pusan International Film Festival and the Asian Excellence Awards will collaborate to promote Asian film talent globally, the two organizations said Friday.

Pusan fest opens with light and song

The Haeundae Yachting Center -- the Pusan Film Festival's traditional opening night venue -- came to life once again Thursday with a star-studded red carpet prelude.

Pacific partnership

South Korea and New Zealand will sign a film co-production treaty this week, 15 months after producers from both countries began the process.

Korea, New Zealand to sign film pact

SEOUL -- South Korea and New Zealand will sign a film co-production treaty thisnext week, 15 months after producers from both countries began the process.