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The Busan International Short Film Festival announces the International and Korean Competition

The organizers of the festival have announced the films that will compete for the Korean and International Section.

This year the Korean Competition will showcase 17 films (14 fictions, 1 experimental, 1 documentary and 1 animation) and the International Competition consists of 37 films (28 fictions, 5 documentaries, 3 experimental and 1 animation). The 33rd Busan International Short Film Festival (Bisff) will take place from April 22th to 26th at the Busan Cinema Center in Busan (South Korea). We will keep you updated as soon as more information about the films is available.

Korean Competition

Ga Hyang: a road of no return by Kim Youngjae (Fiction)

The Plants: Jakarta Monorail 103 by Park Yongseok (Experimental)

My fact_or_y by Park Koonje (Documentary)

New Rapids by Choi Jungmoon (Fiction)

iLuv by Park Junghwan (Fiction)

The Transfer Student by Park Jiin (Fiction)

Bargain by Lee Chunghyun (Fiction)

Seol-hee by Bae Yeonhee (Fiction)

Fangs by Shin Jonghun (Fiction)

Like soldiers, like children by
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Un thriller, transgender drama among Swedish Film Institute grantees

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Un thriller, transgender drama among Swedish Film Institute grantees
Fares Fares thriller The Nile Hilton Incident gets top grant of $1.3m while Ben Kingsley and Theo James thriller also among those backed.

The Swedish Film Institute has revealed the 29 projects to receive support in its latest round of funding.

The projects include Per Fly’s (Manslaughter) new political thriller, a transgender drama, a documentary about a female boxer and a murder thriller starring Fares Fares.

The projects backed by the Swedish Film Institute in the past three months are listed below, in descending order of amount granted:

Full list of backed projects:

The Nile Hilton Incident, wr/dir Tarik Saleh, prod Kristina Aberg. Thriller inspired by the true story of a Lebanese reality TV show winner who is murdered at a hotel in Dubai. Fares Fares stars. Sfi funding granted $1.3m (11m Sek)

Becker, wr/dir Martin Larsson, prod Erik Magnusson. Drama about a man’s quest for money and power in the southern Swedish village
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