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BUSAN 2018

Una sfilza di film europei in anteprima a Busan

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- La più grande rassegna cinematografica asiatica si svolgerà dal 4 al 13 ottobre e riserverà un posto speciale alle connessioni tra Asia ed Europa

Una sfilza di film europei in anteprima a Busan
Cellar di Igor Voloshin

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The Busan Film Festival will unspool from today until 13 October, once again boasting a programme that shines the spotlight on the most interesting voices in Asian cinema, but also adapting to an ever-growing intercontinental scope.

Opening with the world premiere of Beautiful Days [+leggi anche:
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, a Korean-French co-production directed by Jero Yun (Mrs. B., A North-Korean Woman [+leggi anche:
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, Letters [+leggi anche:
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), the festival will screen a selection of world and international premieres of European titles to South Korean audiences. 

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The Flash Forward section will see the world premiere of Luzie Loose’s Swimming [+leggi anche:
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, Paolo Zucca’s The Man Who Bought the Moon [+leggi anche:
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 and Mohcine Besri’s Urgent [+leggi anche:
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, as well as the international premieres of Andrew Hulme’s The Devil Outside [+leggi anche:
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(United Kingdom), Nikolaus Leytner’s The Tobacconist (Austria/Germany), Letizia Lamartire’s Venice-screened We’ll Be Young and Beautiful [+leggi anche:
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(Italy), Moonika SiimetsThe Little Comrade [+leggi anche:
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(Estonia), Martin Turk’s Good Day’s Work [+leggi anche:
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(Bosnia-Herzegovina/Turkey/Slovenia) and Elena Trapé’s Málaga-awarded Distances [+leggi anche:
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(Spain). 

European titles are also grabbing all the attention in the World Cinema section, with the international premiere of the Slovakian-Russian-Czech co-production Cellar [+leggi anche:
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, directed by Igor Voloshin, on top of a wide array of films coming from the biggest festivals of the year, such as Rotterdam (Jesper Ganslandt’s Jimmie [+leggi anche:
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), Berlin (Malgorzata Szumowska’s Mug [+leggi anche:
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), Cannes (Alice Rohrwacher’s Happy as Lazzaro [+leggi anche:
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, Pawel Pawlikowski’s Cold War [+leggi anche:
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 and Ali Abbasi’s Border [+leggi anche:
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), Karlovy Vary (Radu Jude’s “I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians” [+leggi anche:
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), Venice (Jacques Audiard’s The Sisters Brothers [+leggi anche:
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, Laszlo NemesSunset [+leggi anche:
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 and Olivier AssayasNon-Fiction [+leggi anche:
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) and Toronto (Claire DenisHigh Life [+leggi anche:
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 and Paolo Sorrentino’s Loro [+leggi anche:
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), among many others. 

The rude health of the European-Asian co-production landscape is also plain to see in the A Window on Asian Cinema section, which will boast the international premiere of Koji Fukada’s new film, the Japanese-Indonesian-French co-production The Man From the Sea [+leggi anche:
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, and will include screenings of Naomi Kawase’s Vision [+leggi anche:
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, Phuttiphong Aroonpheng’s Manta Ray [+leggi anche:
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, Soudade Kaadan’s The Day I Lost My Shadow [+leggi anche:
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, Rahi Anil Barve and Anand Gand’s Tumbbad [+leggi anche:
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, Wi Ding Ho’s Cities of Last Things [+leggi anche:
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and the director’s cut of Jia Zhangke’s Ash Is Purest White [+leggi anche:
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.

Taking place during the festival, the Asian Film Market (6-9 October), will welcome 29 projects to the Asian Project Market, Asia’s biggest investment and co-production market. European (co-)produced projects are also in the mix, such as the market’s first Czech production, Tomáš Polenský’s The Pack, co-produced by Latvia, as well as Anatomy of Time by Jakrawal Nilthamrong (Thailand/France/Netherlands), Bone Trumpet by Fidel Devkota (Nepal/France) and The Egg by Shawkat Amin Korki (Iraq/Germany/Japan).

The market will also host the second edition of Platform BUSAN, a networking platform where independent filmmakers and professionals in Asia will share their experience and seek out opportunities for collaboration, with the participation of European Film Promotion (EFP) and European Audiovisual Entrepreneurs (EAVE) in various events (read more here). A special focus will be put on Asian-European cooperation, with panels on the basics of international sales in Europe for Asian independent filmmakers, and on the distribution landscape in both Asia and Europe, as well as a closed networking table for European and Asian filmmakers. Professionals will also have the chance to attend conferences on block-chain technology, and new VR technologies and narratives, in addition to the presentation of the winners of the Korea Story Competition.

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