20 Korean Films to Screen at 44th Rotterdam

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From Shorts, Documentaries and Features to Retrospective   At the 44th International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR), 20 Korean films will be screened, making it a big year for Korean cinema.   The only Korean short invited to the festival is CHO Seoung-ho’s B.1 which intimately studies the male body. This short will have its workd premiere in the As Long As It Takes: Short program.   The Bright Future section will include PARK Jung-bum’s second feature film, Alive. Bright Future will also include the international premiere of LEE Kwang-kuk’s A Matter of Interpretation and the European premiere of KIM Tae-yong’s Set Me Free.   The Korea-France co-production film by ROH Gyeong-tae, Black Stone, was selected for the Spectrum program, as well as JANG Kun-jae’s Korea-Japan co-production, A Midsummer’s Fantasia.   Concerning socially conscious works, BOO Ji-young’s film about temporary supermarket workers, Cart, was invited to screen in the What the F?! program, whil

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20 Korean Films to Screen at 44th Rotterdam

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