Two separate packages of contemporary Korean films take centre stage, at two important International film festivals in Pune and Bengaluru respectively. The films selected offer depth and range and showcase the incredible versitality of contemporary Korean cinema.

Contemporary Korean films at the Pune International Film Festival

The Korean Cultural Centre in New Delhi in association with InKo Centre is delighted to present the following package of films in the special Korea Focus section of the Pune International Film Festival:

Title Director Year
For Eternal Hearts Heang Qu-dok 2007
Man with Three Coffins LEE Jang-ho 1987
Secret Sunshine LEE Chang-dong 2007
Barking Dogs Never Bite Bong Joon-ho 2000
Dream KIM Ki-duk 2008
Beyond the Years IM Kwon-taek 2008
Breathless YANG Ik-june 2008

10 -17th January, 2013

The Pune International Film Festival (PIFF) was launched in the year 2002 and has been growing from strength to strength over the last decade. PIFF has showcased films from various countries such as France, Germany, Hungary, South Africa, Japan, Poland, Slovenia, China, Italy & South Korea and India. The Festival featured the works of internationally acclaimed film directors such as Aki Kurusava, Yasujir Ozu, Hsiao HsienHou, Oliver Assays, Kim Ki-duk, Michael Cacoyannis, Rasul Sardar Ameli, Andreas Dresen, Jorge Pollaco, Vera Chytilova, Jiri Menzel and Mani Ratnam. PIFF recognizes and honours the efforts of individuals who have made a significant contribution to cinema. PIFF also presents various awards, constituted by the Government of Maharashtra for the World Cinema and Marathi cinema categories.

To register and for further information, please visit www.puneinternationalfilmfestival.com