Magazine article Screen International

Korea's Jeonju Fest Unveils Trio for Digital Project 2013

Magazine article Screen International

Korea's Jeonju Fest Unveils Trio for Digital Project 2013

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The 14th Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF) has announced Kobayashi Masahiro, Zhang Lu and Edwin as its directors for Jeonju Digital Project 2013.

The Korean fest's trademark annual triptych this year goes to Asian directors again with each making a 30-minute short on a budget of KW50m ($47,300).

Director of films such as Japan's Tragedy and Closing Time, Kobayashi Masahiro will contribute a short called Strangers When We Met, described as something of a sequel to his 2007 film The Rebirth.

Ethnic Korean-Chinese director and novelist Zhang Lu, whose films include Dooman River and Grain In Ear, is contributing a short called Scenery, his first documentary.

Young Indonesian director Edwin, whose films include Postcards From The Zoo and Blind Pig Who Wants To Fly, will contribute Someone's Wife On A Boat Of Someone's Husband. …

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