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Big boost for Pusan

Fest's budget increased from $7.1 mil to $7.9 mil

Flying in the face of the gloomy global film business, this year’s Pusan Film Festival will be the biggest one ever after seeing its budget increased from $7.1 million to $7.9 million.

The fest organizing committee also tapped Busan-born helmer Kwak Kyung-taek as a member.

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