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Megastar Media Jvd Ltd

Vietnam’s most important Exhibition and Distribution Company, acquiring all rights. (Recent acquisitions include Spiderman 3 and Ghost Rider.)  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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Institute Of Mass Media

The Institute is in charge of training young journalists. It offers short term courses for around 100 students, either university graduates or those who already work for the State media. The Institute has four sections: Radio, Television, Printed Media, and Administration. Seven teachers and trainers are working at the Institute. Sometimes, there are also cooperation […]  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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Cinemax At Lao-Itecc

Cinemax is the only commercial cinema in operation in Laos. Its two screens play three shows on week days and five on weekend. Ticket price is 10,000 kips (around USD 1). Prints are imported from Thailand.  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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Watermark Design Evolution

It is a private studio specialised in the field of packaging design, graphic design, web design, photography service, and documentary films. Watermark has produced a few commissioned educational and social documentaries for the past several years.  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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Lao Inter Art

Lao Inter Art is the production company founded by Som-Ock Southiphonh, the director of The Red Lotus, which is the last feature film produced in Laos on 35mm format back in 1988. Mr Southiphonh has long been working on his new project Les Amis (The Friends, in English), but has not yet found finances needed. […]  More

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Lao Journalists Association

Lao Journalists Association is a community of journalist of printed media, radio and TV. The Association plays a consultative function in different cultural related projects.  More

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Lao National Television

Lao National Television is the state company that runs TV3, TV9 and regional channels. Lao National Television has a network of 18 transmitters all over the country. It aims to produce five TV drama films in 2007. Facilities and equipment were mostly donated by countries such as Vietnam, China, Japan, and France. TV3 produces a […]  More

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Ministry Of Information And Culture

The Ministry of Information and Culture takes care of all media and cultural affairs. The Office of the Permanent Secretary is in charge of international relations.  More

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Film Freaks

Film Freaks is a company owned by A. Sreekar Prasad ,a well known film editor from india ,it has produced its first feature film in 2000 called DEJAVU(English) and it was premiered at the Locarno film festival and it was also screened at Pusan film festival. Presently working on a script in India named VILASI […]  More

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Chung-Ang University, Korea

Chung-Ang University, established in 1918, has overcome the nation’s adversities and has taken on a leadership role cultivate the intellectuals of Korea with the educational ideal of “Die in honor, Live for Truth”. Film Studies is offered for both graduates and undergraduates. The Chung-Ang University Graduate School obtained authorization for establishment in February 1953, with […]  More

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Korean Academy Of Film Arts

The Korean Academy of Film Arts (KAFA) offers professional training to students in the disciplines of directing and cinematography. Established in 1984, KAFA alumni include feature film directors, cinematographers and film professors. In March 1999, the Korean Academy of Animation Arts was established to further promote the development of Korean animation. Together, these two schools […]  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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Korean National University of Arts

Korean National University of Arts has various schools including a School of Film, TV & Multimedia which then has several departments ranging from filmmaking, animation, broadcasting to multimedia. The Department of Film Making provides all the specific courses that are needed to complete a film. Students will gain special expertise in their major like directing, […]  More

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Korean Film 101

Korean Film 101 An easy guide to first time watchers of Korean films by Cheryl Cain with film recommendations. (written in 2001)  More

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Seoul Film Commission

Seoul is the center of the Korean film industry. Based on the systematic support of Seoul city with some other related agencies, SFC, which opened service 23 April 2002, tries to make Seoul a convenient city for filming providing support as a liaison for shooting locations, all permission support, and access to a plentiful database. SFC […]  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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Busan Film Commission

The Busan Film Commission laying the foundation for Busan‘s film industry and goes on to support the Korean film industry by various supporting programs. A “Busan Screen Writing Competition” for feature films that uses Busan as the sets, “Busan HD project” that supports the production of short digital films and funding. A “Screen wirting creation […]  More

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Korean Film Council

International Relations Director- Mr. Daniel Park Duk-ho The Korean Film Council (KOFIC), a government-supported, self-administered body, works tirelessly to promote and support Korean films both in Korea and abroad. Originally founded as the Korean Motion Picture Promotion Corporation in 1973 and charged with the task of revitalizing Korean cinema, the organization was restructured in May […]  More

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Korean Film Archive

Founded in 1974, the Korean Film Archive was set up with objectives of collecting, preserving, and exhibiting films and related documents and materials, and of promoting artistic, historical, and educational development of films. The Film Archive is making continual efforts to collect valuable materials by means of donation, commission, and acquisition. By collecting and preserving […]  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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Korea Promotes And Censors Films

Korea Promotes and Censors Films An article by Michael Baker about the two faces of the Korean government film promotion and censorship. The article is notable since the Korea film industry is currently fighting for the screen quota system.  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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Myung Film (formerly Mk Pictures)

Founded in August of 1995, Myung Film has introduced such high-profile movies as The Contact, The Quiet Family, Happy End, The Isle and Joint Security Area by taking a bold approach to fresh ideas and themes as well as striking a fine balance between amateur and commercial films. Myung Film has also devised a solid […]  More

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Hanyang University, Korea

The Major in Cinema & Film, which recognized that the movie making field is a systematic and scientific study for the first time in Korea, has trained lots of outstanding experts in cinema making, cinema research, and broadcast fields. The goals of the department are to provide students with a knowledge of the principles of […]  More

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Sejong University, Korea

The department provides students with both practical and theoretical courses. For example, it lets them know how to make a good film as a craftsman who gets over a frame of aesthetic thoughts. The department consists of two sub-fields: Producing and Acting. These majors help each other because both elements are essential in this field. […]  More

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Dongguk University, Korea

On the sites of the entertainment industry, many new jobs of high value-added become independent and are separated at a rapid speed. In order to correspond to this fast change, the Major of Drama whose characteristic is wholeness, aims at cultivating professional actors/actresses, artists to work on the performance and creation sites, and specialists in […]  More

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Busan International Film Festival

▷ International competition : Competition Film ▷ International invitation : Cinema Tomorrow – Famous film institutes around the world Talking about Japan Short Film Festival: Pia, Sapporo, OZ, Fukuoka Special Programs in Focus – serge Avedikian ▷ Domestic Noncompetition : Busan special Screening(Noncompetition) – jotakai  More

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Exis – Experimental Film And Video Festival in Seoul

Held yearly in September, Seoul, Korea  More

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Seoul International Youth Film Festival

Since 1999, The Seoul International Youth Film Festival has provided a venue for youths to share their culture via films and media education. It grows truly into an international youth film festival for youngsters from domestic and abroad. 12th anniversary in 2010, The festival aims to promote the broader exchanges with gifted youths and establishes […]  More

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Busan International Film Festival (BIFF)

The festival is held yearly in October. Asian feature films anticipate the premiere of their films at this festival for its prestige and added value. Over 200 films are presented at the festival. Awards include the NETPAC award (best Korean film), the FIPRESCI award (for new asian film), New Currents Award ($10,000 cash award to […]  More

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Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival

Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan) is the fantastic film festival showcasing a terrific range of alternative films in the genre of science fiction, fantasy, and horror from all around the world. Since its first edition in 1997, PiFan has been introducing more cutting-edge films leading films’ success in Korean market and helping Korean films […]  More

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Women’s Film Festival In Seoul

Ever since its inception in 1997, WFFIS has contributed to Filmmaking in Asia by introducing films made about women and by women with female points of view representing the world through film. Being basically non-competitive, with the exception of the “Asian Short Film & Video Competition”, this international film festival has received a lot of […]  More

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Jeonju International Film Festival

JIFF has been focusing on unique voices of independent films from all over the world by presenting various and meaningful contemporary cinematic world to the audience during the past 11 years. Since 2000, a number of new filmmakers have been introduced to the world stage through JIFF. The awardees of JIFF resulted in getting acclaimed […]  More

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Seoul International Cartoon And Animation Festival

Held yearly in July Categories: Features, shorts (professional and student), TV and commissioned films, internet animation Formats: Contact festivals for details Awards: Prizes total US$50,000 Fees: None  More

Posted: June 6, 2011
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