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  • Festival Period : 16 ~ 26 July, 2009 (11 days)
  • Films : 201 films from 41 countries (Feature : 121, Shorts : 80)
  • Screening Venues : Total 12 venues / Outdoor screeening 1 venues
  • Opening Film : MW / Director : Hitoshi IWAMOTO
  • Closing Film : Merantau / Director : Gareth Huw EVANS
  • Festival Lady&Guy : LEE Young-jin


'In a midsummer Puchon, the city is enchanted by the spectacular imagination'
In July Puchon, the bizarre pillars are arising by the power of imagination. In the back of the dull signboards, in between the ordinary buildings,the grotesque entrails looking pipes and cables are pouring out.

In the middle of the city, the eerie giant’s face with two different eyes has appeared. In July Puchon, no one can expect what will happen next. Bob Jang projects the image of Puchon, an adventurous city with lots of imagination and inspiration, onto his illustration.

Black and white and color series accentuate the powerful image of the genre film festival, specializing in horror, thriller, fantasy, SF and so forth. By using the duplicity of number 13, its disquieting character but also as another starting point, his illustration exquisitely presents Puchon as a fantastic and adventurous living world.

Design : BAB JANG