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[Video + Photos] Added trailer and new stills for the upcoming Korean documentary
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[Video + Photos] Added trailer and new stills for the upcoming Korean documentary "Criminal Conspiracy"

Added trailer and new stills for the upcoming Korean documentary "Criminal Conspiracy"

"Criminal Conspiracy" (2017)

Directed by Choi Seungho

Choi Seungho's new documentary film. Public Broadcasting has changed over the last ten years and now it is on the wrong track now.

21st Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival 2017 -

upcoming Korean Fantastic: Features

Release date in Korea : 2017/08/17

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[Photos] Added new stills for the upcoming Korean documentary
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[Photos] Added new stills for the upcoming Korean documentary "Criminal Conspiracy"

Added new stills for the upcoming Korean documentary "Criminal Conspiracy" (2017)

Directed by Choi Seungho

Choi Seungho's new documentary film. Public Broadcasting has changed over the last ten years and now it is on the wrong track now.

21st Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival 2017 -

upcoming Korean Fantastic: Features

Release date in Korea : 2017/08/17

Source:www.hancinema.net/kor...

[Photos] Added poster and new stills for the upcoming Korean documentary
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[Photos] Added poster and new stills for the upcoming Korean documentary "Dancing with Jikji"

Added poster and new stills for the upcoming Korean documentary "Dancing with Jikji" (2017)

Directed by David Redman, Woo Kwanghoon

Travelling to the French National Library (BnF) to see Jikji, the world's oldest movable metal type book printed in Korea, a Canadian, David Redman discovers no one knows anything about the book printed in Korea in 1377! Realizing Eurocentrism is at play, David off sets off on a journey through Europe and Korea with Sarang Ness and the Jikji team to find how the print technology transferred from 13th Century Goryeo to Europe.

[Video + Photos] Added trailer, new poster and stills and videos for the upcoming Korean documentary
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[Video + Photos] Added trailer, new poster and stills and videos for the upcoming Korean documentary "No Preparation for Old Age"

Added trailer, new poster and stillss and videos for the upcoming Korean documentary "No Preparation for Old Age"

"No Preparation for Old Age" (2016)

Directed by Lee Dong-woo

Punk bands in Korea get invited to the biggest hardcore punk festival in Tokyo. This movie shows how one of the loudest and most active punk bands in Asia lives and delivers its message very closely and pleasantly.

Release date in Korea : 2017/06/29

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No Preparation for Old Age

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[Photos] Added new stills for the upcoming Korean documentary "Farming Boys"

Added new stills for the upcoming Korean documentary "Farming Boys" (2016)

Directed by Byun Si-yeon, Jang Se-jung, Kang Ho-jun

Three young men in their twenties go on a trip across the globe. They make money with a working-holiday program in Australia and record their experiences travelling to farms around the world. They dream to be real farmers. Being in their twenties, becoming farmers and world travel are three things that do not seem to match. At this time, when neither children dream of becoming farmers nor young people of living in the country, the balance among the unbalanced is fresh and introspective for itself. Another charm of this movie is the way it records these young men's eccentric behavior. They are bold and natural as they take pictures of each other or selfies as if they are using the language of the smart phone generation. They blur the border of privacy in the way they expose themselves, explain situations and express their feelings as they experience, record, observe and move on. In this sense, a camera is their fourth companion and the reflection of themselves. The film suggests that we confront the questions as to the bold and young energy on the one hand, and the life that can't stop its accelerated velocity moving in one direction on the other.(Lee Seung-min)