In a partial reversal of a previously indicated position, Korean industry groups Monday were deadlocked over a decision whether to continue or end their boycott of the Busan International Film…
Kim Dong-ho, co-founder and newly appointed chairman of the troubled Busan International Film Festival, urged the Korean film industry to end its proposed boycott of the upcoming event. Kim made the…
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…
Kim Dong-ho, one of the most reputable names in Korean cinema, has been appointed chairman of the strife-torn Busan International Film Festival. According to the festival, Kim's role will be to…
Kim Dong-ho, co-founder and former chairman of the Busan festival, will head the jury that decides this year's Asia Pacific Screen Awards.
Founder ready to step aside. "Oldboy" director Park Chan-wook blames politicians for festival's troubles.
Kim Dong-ho, founder of the Busan Intl. Film Festival and one of the most internationally recognized faces of Korean cinema, received the highest award that France can bestow on a civilian Thursday…
Services to Korean cinema recognized.
A trite and tangled potboiler that, despite its polemical pretensions, is just a glorified Korean domestic drama with classier couture and shapelier champagne flutes.
Busan bids to become regional cinema heavyweight, revamps key elements.
Interview with the new festival director Lee Yong-kwan