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JIFF Interview: Director Raya Martin

One of the hottest tickets of the third day at the Jeonju International Film Festival is the Jeonju Digital Project.  Each year, JIFF distributes around 50,000,000 won to three filmmakers who each make a short film over 30 minutes in length.  Those films will then have their premieres at the festival and be distributed as […]

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Hugo Interview: 2nd Assistant Director – Frazer Fennell-Ball

Martin Scorsese’s Hugo was not only one of the biggest movies to be released last year, but also one of my personal cinematic highlights. The film has gone on to become a commercial and critical success, which has been rightly recognized by the Motion Picture Academy of America. It was no surprise when the Oscar […]

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A Zombie Film made in Korea – An Interview with Director Nick J. Calder

What would you do if you found out the Korean dream wasn’t for you? If you got that uneasy feeling that you weren’t achieving your goals and had absolutely no idea what you were going to do with the rest of your life? Complain to a friend over a beer? Shout about it on the […]

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Interview with JIFF Programmer Yoo Un-seoung

Since it’s inception in 2000, the Jeonju International Film Festival has seen its line up of films include the works of Asian masters such as Japan’s Takashi Miike and Korea’s own Park Chan Wook, through to master auteurs David Cronenberg and Jean-Luc Goddard.  Not content with simply providing big names to draw an audience, JIFF […]

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Interview with Tyler Crawford after watching the latest Harry Potter film

(DC) What is your name?   (TC) Tyler Crawford.   How old are you?   I’m 10 and I’m in year 6.   What is your favourite Harry Potter film so far? The Chamber of Secrets. I loved the end when he killed the book with that snake tooth.     So, what did you think of […]

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