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On the Scene at the Jeonju Film Fest: MAD, SAD, BAD

Having been rightly regarded as one of Asia’s most important film festivals, the Jeonju International Film Festival returned on May 1 for its 15th run. Festival Scope highlights its importance on the Asian festival circuit as it introduces “independent and experimental films from around the world to audiences,” whereas One One Four praises its “focus […]

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Jeonju International Film Festival – 2012

The 13th Jeonju International Film Festival was held from April 26th to May 4th 2012.  It’s always a highlight of the year in the cultural city of Jeonju and this year was no different.  Many films were watched and a  good time was had by that went.  Here’s a brief recap of the festival for […]

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The Jeonju International Film Festival 2012 – A Preview

If you thought Jeonju was famous solely for it’s delicious cuisine, exciting music scene, historical buildings and culture, you’d be wrong.  While all of the above do make Jeonju a great place to live, the highlight for me comes every spring as the city becomes awash with luminous yellow “JIFF volunteer” jackets as the Jeonju […]

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Archipelago – A Review

archipelago |ˌärkəˈpeləˌgō| noun ( pl. -gos or -goes) a group of islands. a sea or stretch of water containing many islands.   This was about all the information I could find about Joanna Hogg’s follow up to her critically acclaimed film Unrelated. There was no real synopsis on the imdb, nor were there any solid details in the London Film […]

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