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Made in Asia

Made in Asia

  • 페이스북
  • 트위터
  • 카카오스토리

Made in Asia examines the core factors behind how the mainstream Asian film market has managed to beat out Hollywood in becoming the largest global film market, while also striving for the strengthening and development of production networks. BIFAN's Made in Asia is the world's first Asian film industry program, and is made up of two components: a forum that looks into the ongoing trends within the Asian film industry - beginning with the film festival's special program, Best of Asia - and a networking program for Asian producers. If the purpose of a genre film festival is to 'discover' the newest styles in filmmaking and the up-and-coming masters of genre films, Best of Asia's purpose is to show the current mainstream trends that have been selected by the audiences and movie markets of different countries. This shows that genre films have already crossed over from being a subculture to being part of the mainstream film culture. Not only does Made in Asia offer a chance for audiences to see the newest hit films from the Asian film industry, but it also acts as a stepping stone for the establishment of a network for Asia's leading producers.

  • · Title : Made in Asia
  • · Date : July 15(Sat) ~ 18(Tue)
  • · Participating Countries : Korea, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Thailand, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam.

Program

BEST OF ASIA (SPECIAL PROGRAM OF BIFAN)

Best of Asia is the special showcase of top three domestic films of 2016 from the Asian Region.
Films are screened with English & Korean subtitles and opened to the public & film professionals

  • · Date : July 13(Thu) ~ 23(Sun)
  • · Venue : Various Screening Venues

OPEN FORUM & LUNCHEON

An open forum / meeting with participants by the films’ producers.

  • · Date : July 15(Sat) 12:30 ~ 17:00
  • · Venue : Koryo Hotel Bucheon

ASIAN FILM NIGHT

  • · Date : July 15(Sat)
  • · Venue : Koryo Hotel Bucheon

PUBLICATION OF ASIA’S FILM MARKET TRENDS

Figures on domestic films and analysis of Asia’s film market trends.