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…
Korean Film Council
South Korea may introduce a theatrical quota system for homegrown art films, according to KOFIC.
The Korean Film Council (KOFIC) has sharply cut its funding for the Busan International Film Festival, the country's premiere film event. Critics were quick to describe the cuts as politically…
KOFIC had been without a full time leader for nearly nine months.
Korean gambling drama 'The Divine Move' makes a smart play
Rights trading not the central theme of diversifying event
South Korea's box office started 2014 much as it finished 2013 -- with local films firmly on top and giving Hollywood cause for reflection. In 2013 the only Hollywood film in the top ten was "Iron…
The South Korean box office will this week pass the symbolic landmark of having sold 200 million tickets.
The Korean Film Council (KOFIC) has relocated from the South Korean capital Seoul to Busan, the southern port city that is also home to Asia's biggest film festival.
Already a major hit in Asia, this high-octane South Korean remake of Hong Kong thriller "Eye in the Sky" sustains its nervy tension all the way.
HONG KONG — "Juvenile Offender," a tough mother and son drama featuring a youngster released from a correctional facility, has been selected to represent South Korea in the foreign-language category…