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
Asia's industryites left the 15th Pusan Film Festival encouraged by the strength of the biz within the region, and saddened by the departure of fest director Kim Dong-ho, who has run the show since…
The Pusan festival this year will be remembered for an ending that is bringing about a new beginning for the glossy beachside event.