NAFF names competition line-up

Two animated films join 17 features

SEOUL -- The Network of Asian Fantastic Films, a project market by Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival, announced a lineup of 17 feature and two animated films that will compete during the festival.
Among the finalists from 10 countries for the “It Project,” the official name for NAFF’s films in competition, include “Numeric Love” (working title), a Japan-Korea co-production from Nakano Hiroyuki, the director of “Samurai Fiction.” Also included are “The Arsonists” by Ha Jun Won and “Tattoo War,” an animated film by Singapore’s Yue Weng Pok.

During the four-day market, key investors and film producers will be set up meetings for project pitch followed by cash awards and post-production grants by the festival near the end of the market.
Puchon, one of South Korea’s three major international film festivals, begins July 16 - 26 this year.

NAFF2009 “It Project” Official Selections:

Neighbor No.13 (Ato Bautista)
The Arsonists (Ha Jun Won)
Tattoo War (Yue Weng Pok)
Tsubaki Hime (Yu Irie)
The Visitor (Joshua Tong)
Soul Station (Abraham Lim)
Shuffle (John Hsu)
Planet of the Noses (Rox Lee)
I am Real (Yew Kwang Han)
Numeric Love (Hiroyuki Nakano, Kang Hyo-jin)
Rigor Mortis (Quentin Lee)
The Tempest (John Williams)
Burn the News! (Kim Byung Woo)
Breaking Point (Ham Tran)
Chased (Ezra James Emerson)
Space Gore (Ly Jin)
The Nail (Mike Wiluan)
Survivor (Kang Hyo Jin)
Trai Cay in Korea (Hidehiro Ito)