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19th Busan International Film Festival

The 19th Busan International Film Festival was held in South Korea from October 2 to October 11, 2014, and was hosted by Ken Watanabe and Moon So-ri. A total of 312 films from 79 countries were screened with total attendance of 226,473. Hong Kong director Ann Hui receives the Asian Filmmaker of the Year award.[1][2][3][4][5][6] The closing film was Gangster Payday.[7][8]

2014 Busan International Film Festival
Opening film Paradise in Service
Closing film Gangster Payday
Location Busan Cinema Center
Founded 1995
Hosted by Ken Watanabe
Moon So-ri
Festival date October 2–11, 2014

Contents

ProgramEdit

OpeningEdit

Gala PresentationEdit

A Window on Asian CinemaEdit

New CurrentsEdit

Korean Cinema Today - PanoramaEdit

Korean Cinema Today - VisionEdit

Korean Cinema RetrospectiveEdit

Reminiscing the timeless filmmaker, Jung Jin-wooEdit

Archeology of Korea CinemaEdit

World CinemaEdit

Flash ForwardEdit

Wide AngleEdit

Korean Short Film CompetitionEdit

  • A Familiar Taste - Kim In-seon (Korea)
  • Before the Moving - Kim Rae-won (Korea)
  • Happy Together - Lee Jeong-min (Korea)
  • The Giving-heart - Jung Jae-woong (Korea)
  • The Night - Choi Ki-yun (Korea)
  • The Strait Gate - Son Min-young (Korea)
  • Flayed - Kim Eun-ji (Korea)
  • Working Day - Lee Han-jong (Korea)
  • We'll Live! - Go Sang-hoon (Korea)
  • Cartwheel - Ahn Ju-young (Korea)
  • Visit - Seo Hyung-won (Korea)
  • 19:19 - Lee Yun-mee (Korea)
  • Horn - Byun Sung-bin (Korea)
  • Spring Colds - Kim Dong-ha (Korea)
  • As the Sun Sets - Ko Myoung-sung (Korea)
  • Mrs. Young - Bang Woo-ri (Korea)
  • Hurdle - Bak Sung-jin (Korea)

Asian Short Film CompetitionEdit

  • Two Halves of a Truth - Neda Assef (Iran)
  • White Sparrow - Dilovar Sultonov (Tajikistan)
  • Son - Subarna Thapa (Nepal/France)
  • Stairway - Matt Wu (Taiwan)
  • Stone Heart - Martika Ramirez Escobar (Philippines)
  • That Day of the Month - Jirassaya Wongsutin (Thailand)
  • Xing - Liew Bradley (Malaysia)
  • The Old Tree - Farnoush Abedirenani (Iran)
  • Summer Secret - Zeng Zeng (China)
  • Gyges - He Wenchao (China)

Short Film ShowcaseEdit

Documentary CompetitionEdit

  • Collapse - Mun Jeong-hyun, Lee Won-woo (Korea)
  • A Lullaby Under the Nuclear Sky - Tomoko Kana (Japan)
  • Strangers on the Field - Kim Myeong-joon (Korea)
  • The Storm Makers - Guillaume Suon (Cambodia/France)
  • Nick and Chai - Cha Escala, Wena Sanchez (Philippines)
  • Factory Complex - Im Heung-soon (Korea)
  • The Anxious Day Out - Kim Cheol-min (Korea)
  • The Hospice - Lee Chang-jae (Korea)
  • Our Metropolis - Gautam Sonti, Usha Rao (India)
  • Cotton - Hao Zhou (China/France)
  • 03-Flats - Lei Yuan Bin (Singapore)

Documentary ShowcaseEdit

CinekidsEdit

Open CinemaEdit

Special Programs in FocusEdit

New Turkish Cinema: Faces of the 21st CenturyEdit

The Power of Georgian Women FilmmakersEdit

  • Day Is Longer Than Night - Lana Gogoberidze (Georgia)
  • Story of Mountainous Racha - Lana Gogoberidze (Georgia)
  • Felicita - Salome Alexi (Georgia/Georgia)
  • The Lullaby - Nana Janelidze (Georgia)
  • Salt White - Keti Machavariani (Georgia)
  • Susa - Rusudan Pirveli (Georgia)
  • Keep Smiling - Rusudan Chkonia (Georgia/France/Luxembourg)
  • Bakhmaro - Salome Jashi (Germany/Georgia)
  • The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear - Tinatin Gurchiani (Georgia/Germany)
  • Brother - Teona Mghvdeladze, Thierry Grenade (Georgia/France)
  • Brides - Tinatin Kajrishvili (Georgia/France)
  • In Bloom - Nana Ekvtimishvili, Simon Gross (Georgia)

Midnight PassionEdit

ClosingEdit

AwardsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/culture/2014/08/517_163190.html
  2. ^ Lee Hyo-won. "2014 Busan Film Fest to Present Retrospective on South Korea's Jung Jin-woo". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 18 November 2014.
  3. ^ The Korea Herald. "Ken Watanabe to cohost Busan film fest". Retrieved 18 November 2014.
  4. ^ Lee Hyo-won. "Busan's Asian Project Market Unveils 2014 Selection". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 18 November 2014.
  5. ^ Lee Hyo-won. "Ken Watanabe to Host 2014 Busan Film Festival Opening Ceremony". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 18 November 2014.
  6. ^ "Busan to Debut New Actor &Actress Awards". Retrieved 18 November 2014.
  7. ^ Silvia Wong (October 6, 2014). "Hot from Hong Kong at Busan market". Film Business Asia. Archived from the original on 2014-10-06. Retrieved October 6, 2014.
  8. ^ "Film fest sets diplomatic example with Japan-South Korea collaborations". AJW by The Asahi Shimbun. Archived from the original on 2014-12-04. Retrieved 18 November 2014.
  9. ^ "(19th) 2014 Busan International Film Festival - Information". Busan International Film Festival. October 2014. Retrieved 2015-10-16.

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