19th Busan International Film Festival

Last updated
2014 Busan International Film Festival
Opening film Paradise in Service
Closing film Gangster Payday
LocationBusan Cinema Center
Founded1995
Hosted by Ken Watanabe
Moon So-ri
Festival dateOctober 2–11, 2014

The 19th Busan International Film Festival was held in South Korea from October 2 to October 11, 2014, and was hosted by Ken Watanabe and Moon So-ri. A total of 312 films from 79 countries were screened with total attendance of 226,473. Hong Kong director Ann Hui receives the Asian Filmmaker of the Year award. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] The closing film was Gangster Payday . [7] [8]

Contents

Program

Opening

Gala Presentation

A Window on Asian Cinema

New Currents

Korean Cinema Today - Panorama

Korean Cinema Today - Vision

Korean Cinema Retrospective

Reminiscing the timeless filmmaker, Jung Jin-woo

Archeology of Korea Cinema

World Cinema

Flash Forward

Wide Angle

Korean Short Film Competition

  • A Familiar Taste - Kim In-seon (South Korea)
  • Before the Moving - Kim Rae-won (South Korea)
  • Happy Together - Lee Jeong-min (South Korea)
  • The Giving-heart - Jung Jae-woong (South Korea)
  • The Night - Choi Ki-yun (South Korea)
  • The Strait Gate - Son Min-young (South Korea)
  • Flayed - Kim Eun-ji (South Korea)
  • Working Day - Lee Han-jong (South Korea)
  • We'll Live! - Go Sang-hoon (South Korea)
  • Cartwheel - Ahn Ju-young (South Korea)
  • Visit - Seo Hyung-won (South Korea)
  • 19:19 - Lee Yun-mee (South Korea)
  • Horn - Byun Sung-bin (South Korea)
  • Spring Colds - Kim Dong-ha (South Korea)
  • As the Sun Sets - Ko Myoung-sung (South Korea)
  • Mrs. Young - Bang Woo-ri (South Korea)
  • Hurdle - Bak Sung-jin (South Korea)

Asian Short Film Competition

  • Two Halves of a Truth - Neda Assef (Iran)
  • White Sparrow - Dilovar Sultonov (Tajikistan)
  • Son - Subarna Thapa (Nepal/France)
  • Stairway - Matt Wu (Taiwan)
  • Stone Heart - Martika Ramirez Escobar (Philippines)
  • That Day of the Month - Jirassaya Wongsutin (Thailand)
  • Xing - Liew Bradley (Malaysia)
  • The Old Tree - Farnoush Abedirenani (Iran)
  • Summer Secret - Zeng Zeng (China)
  • Gyges - He Wenchao (China)

Short Film Showcase

Documentary Competition

  • Collapse - Mun Jeong-hyun, Lee Won-woo (South Korea)
  • A Lullaby Under the Nuclear Sky - Tomoko Kana (Japan)
  • Strangers on the Field - Kim Myeong-joon (South Korea)
  • The Storm Makers - Guillaume Suon (Cambodia/France)
  • Nick and Chai - Cha Escala, Wena Sanchez (Philippines)
  • Factory Complex - Im Heung-soon (South Korea)
  • The Anxious Day Out - Kim Cheol-min (South Korea)
  • The Hospice - Lee Chang-jae (South Korea)
  • Our Metropolis - Gautam Sonti, Usha Rao (India)
  • Cotton - Hao Zhou (China/France)
  • 03-Flats - Lei Yuan Bin (Singapore)

Documentary Showcase

Cinekids

Open Cinema

Special Programs in Focus

New Turkish Cinema: Faces of the 21st Century

The Power of Georgian Women Filmmakers

  • Day Is Longer Than Night - Lana Gogoberidze (Georgia)
  • Story of Mountainous Racha - Lana Gogoberidze (Georgia)
  • Felicita - Salome Alexi (Georgia/Georgia)
  • The Lullaby - Nana Janelidze (Georgia)
  • Salt White - Keti Machavariani (Georgia)
  • Susa - Rusudan Pirveli (Georgia)
  • Keep Smiling - Rusudan Chkonia (Georgia/France/Luxembourg)
  • Bakhmaro - Salome Jashi (Germany/Georgia)
  • The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear - Tinatin Gurchiani (Georgia/Germany)
  • Brother - Teona Mghvdeladze, Thierry Grenade (Georgia/France)
  • Brides - Tinatin Kajrishvili (Georgia/France)
  • In Bloom - Nana Ekvtimishvili, Simon Gross (Georgia)

Midnight Passion

Closing

Awards

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References

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