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13 October 2006 à 13:02
The 11th Pusan International Film Festival in Korea has just opened its doors. Asia’s most highly-attended festival (192,000 spectators in 2005) plays a dual role of boosting dynamism in Asian film industries and attracting flocks of enthusiastic moviegoers.
This year, 245 films from 63 countries are programmed in the festival program; with a special focus placed on Asian cinema.
French films are particularly well-represented at the event, with a special program of 14 French titles presented, including: "13 Tzameti," "Avida,” “Azur & Asmar," "The Black Box," "Indigènes," "Le dernier des fous," "Flanders," "La Tourneuse de pages" (“The Page Turner”), "Paris, je t’aime," "Pierrot le Fou," "Poison Friends," "Ridicule," "Transylvania," and “The Intouchable.” In addition to Bruno Dumont, who is a member of the competition’s jury, Patrice Leconte, Benoît Jacquot, Isild Le Besco, and Gustave Kervern will be making the trip to Pusan to accompany their films.
Latest update : 23 April 2009 à 13:02 CEST