Executives and filmmakers showed their support Sunday in Berlin for the beleaguered Busan festival.
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Busan closing film "Mountain Cry," acquired by Hark & Company for Japan.
A howl of agony echoes through a distant gorge and soon merges with the screams of the persecutors and the persecuted alike in "Mountain Cry," a bluntly effective condemnation of intolerant…
UPDATED: At a rainswept closing ceremony, the Busan Film Festival gave its top prizes to Hadi Mohaghegh's "Immortal" and Yerlan Nurmukhambetov's "Walnut Tree."
MVP Entertainment will release Indian blockbuster "Baahubali: The Beginning" in SE Asia.
Chinese director Larry Yang, whose "Mountain Cry" is the closing film of the Busan Film Festival, is a champion of cross-border collaborations. Too often co-productions have been fitted together out…
The Busan Festival's four-day Asian Film Market wrapped its 10th edition on Tuesday, with many sales booths emptying out by lunchtime. Launched at the Grand Hotel in Haeundae 10 years ago, the rights…
CJ E&M, Korea’s largest entertainment conglomerate, will announce today that its homegrown hit, "Miss Granny," will be remade in no less than six countries: Japan, Thailand, Indonesia, India, Vietnam…
The Busan Film Festival was born of a burst of creative effervescence in 1996 when the Korean film industry was a tiny bubble that had yet to explode onto the international scene. Its founders, many…
Hana Makhmalbaf and renowned Chinese cinematographer Yu Lik-wai were among the prizewinners at the Busan festival's Asian Project Market.
Producers of some of the biggest Chinese blockbusters of recent years revealed the secrets of their success. They were speaking on Tuesday at an event within the Busan Film Festival's Asian Film…