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  • International Focus on 2 Doors
  • by JI Yong-jin  /  Oct 22, 2012
  • Invited to Washington, LA, Sydney, Taiwan, Paris
    After being released on June 21, 2 Doors is attracting a lot of interest from overseas markets as it has been consistently aired via IPTV and online media. It was also screened in Washington last Oct. 13, on the 18th in LA, and it will have a special screening in Sydney on the 26th. Moverover, it is also making headlines for its selections at the 8th Taiwan International Documentary Festival and the 2012 Festival du Film Coréen à Paris.
    The special screening in Sydney, Australia has been arranged by KRC, the Korean Resource Center, the Construction, Foresty, Mining and Energy Union and Korea-Australia Union. Attending the two screenings on the 26th being held at the Latvian Theater, will be directors KIM Il-ran, HONG Ji-yoo and the creative director LEE Hyuk-sang, plus the family of the bereaved of the Yongsan tragedy who are also working as the Truth Commission on Yongsan tragedy.
    During the 8th Taiwan International Documentary Festival, screenings are planned on the 20th and 23rd at the Wonderful Cinema Theater. At this film festival in 2010, Earth’s Women, a documentary about the life of a woman farmer, was screened. 2 Doors is going to be shown with a documentary about the wedding of a couple suffering from brain leisons called Sea of Butterfly. The Paris Korean Film Festival, spreading various Korean films to France, is going to screen 2 Lines, a documentary which contains provocative questions on marriage, with 2 Doors on Nov.1 and 4 at AINT ANDRÉ-DES-ARTS salle 1.
    Aside from this, 2 Doors is getting inquires from Toronto, Frankfort, Hamburg, and Umea. A Norwegian women, after seeing the film at an English subtitled screening, said “I can’t believe this horrible incident has occurred in my country and it is even more surprising that less than 1% of the whole population has seen the film.”
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