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HAEMOO to Represent Korea at Academy Awards
BONG Joon-ho Produced Maritime Thriller The Korean Film Council (KOFIC) has selected SHIM Sung-bo’s debut maritime thriller Haemoo as its pick for the Best Foreign Language Film category at next year’s Academy Awards. Executive produced and co-written by Bong ...
- Writer : by Pierce Conran
- Date : Sep 23, 2014
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Korean Directors Films Showcased in China
Major Korean directors introduced to Chinese audiences The Korean Film Council (Director KIM Eui-Suk) has held a showcase event introducing works by major Korean film directors in Beijing, China on December 6. The aim of the event was to introduce great Kore...
- Writer : by JI Yong-jin
- Date : Dec 13, 2012
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Korean Cinema Today’s January webzine is out
This month’s <Korean Cinema Today> webzine is live with a lead story examining last year’s total box office results. Korean film industry expert Darcy PAQUET looks back on 2011’s hits and misses as well as South Korean movie-going trends. A second feat...
- Date : Jan 13, 2012
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The Front Line screenings in LA and Santa Monica
After holding special screenings in support of <The Front Line>, South Korea’s submission to the Academy Awards best foreign language film category nominations, the Korean Film Council (KOFIC) has announced it saw a strong turnout and positive reaction...
- Date : Nov 10, 2011
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KOFIC supports Oscar submission The Front Line
In support of the South Korean entry <The Front Line> to be nominated to the 84th Academy Awards’ Best Foreign Language Film category, the Korean Film Council (KOFIC) is holding special screenings and receptions in Los Angeles, Nov. 2 – 3. Directed by ...
- Date : Nov 01, 2011
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