After a very early morning bus ride from Jeonju to Gimpo airport in Seoul it was on to Tokyo, so that Marcella might have a little taste of Japan, and to do a workshop, again, at the Tokyo Film School. 308 more words
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Chinese documentary “Poet on a Business Trip” won the Grand Prize and $19,000 at the Jeonju International Film Festival, Korea’s second biggest film festival. Directed by Ju Anqi, “Poet” was lauded by the festival jury as “simple, curious, artful and ultimately very moving.” 133 more words
Yesterday, at the Jeonju festival, finally had a chance to see Pedro Costa’s latest film, Horse Money. It follows on the heels (slow) of his Fontainhas trilogy, adding an extension, both in terms of characters, content, and cinematic aesthetics, to those three films. 400 more words
Down by train from NYC, arrived to a frozen Philadelphia, a state joined by many others, dipping deep down into South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and other places where a drop to freezing was a rarity, but now our wobbly New World Weather has let things plunge to zero F. 1,186 more words
JEONJU, South Korea – The recent ferry disaster has severely crimped the lighter side of the Jeonju International Film Festival (May 1-10, 2014).
The event got off without a red carpet ceremony, and all parties and side-bar events through the week have been cancelled. 308 more words