South Korea’s under-siege president Park Geun-hye says she has asked parliament to help her find a way of stepping down honorably. Park said that she will resign if the National Assembly can find a…
The Busan city government is to go ahead with a project to build new film studios that will open in 2020. The facilities are smaller than previously planned, but will still be the biggest in South…
The troubled Busan festival is "100% certain" to go ahead this year, according to Kim Dong-ho, the industry veteran who last week rejoined the event that he co-founded 21 years ago. "After 15 months…
Prosecutors in Busan have formally charged former Busan festival chief Lee Yong-kwan with fraud. The decision is certain to be labelled as politically-motivated.
Lotte Entertainment has teamed with the city of Busan to launch the $17.3 million Busan-Lotte Creative Film Fund.
Lee Yong-kwan will Friday lose his job as director of the troubled Busan festival after a general meeting ended without taking key decisions
Taiwanese actress, director and screenwriter, Sylvia Chang ("Murmur of the Hearts") will head the New Currents Asian film competition jury at the upcoming Busan International Film Festival.
Ozu Yashujiro's "Tokyo Story" is the best Asian film, according to a new list published by the Busan International Film Festival.
Leading Asian auteurs including Hana Makhmalbaf, Yu Likwai and India's Kanu Behl will this year take up places at the Asian Project Market, part of the Busan film festival.
A new film production center featuring three stages will open in Busan, the Korean city that styles itself as the hub of Asian cinema.
City authorities offer locations support as preliminary measures, eyeing financial incentives next
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