Adrenaline Ride

King on Screen

Daphné BAIWIR|Belgium|2022|106min |Asian Premiere |15+

Code Time Theater Rate GV
215 6/30  13:30 - 15:16 CGV Sopung 5 15
531 7/3  20:00 - 21:46 Bucheon City Hall Fantastic Cube 15
215 6/30  13:30 - 15:16CGV Sopung 5
531 7/3  20:00 - 21:46Bucheon City Hall Fantastic Cube

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Program Note

In 1976, Brian de Palma directed Carrie, the first novel and adaptation of Stephen King’s work. Since then, more than 50 directors have adapted the master of horror’s books, in more than 80 films and series, making him now the most adapted author still alive in the world. King on Screen features an inside look with the majority of directors who’ve adapted Stephen King’s work for screen, showcasing the unique relationship as they reimagine his style for film and television.

Program Note

Many filmmakers fascinated by “the king of horror”, Stephen King, have brought his novels to the big screen. From Brian De Palma’s Carrie (1976) to Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining (1980), Rob Reiner’s Stand by Me (1986), and Frank Darabont’s The Shawshank Redemption (1994), over 80 films have been born of King’s works. Under the influence of King, these films shed light on the unique power of his stories through the medium of cinema. King on Screen, directed by actress Daphné Baiwir, who began acting at the age of five and learned about life from film sets and colleagues, pays homage to these films, adapted from King’s novels. In the opening sequence, which pays tribute to the films based on King’s novels, including The Shining, Daphné appears herself, showcasing her acting skills. Subsequently, alongside clips of actors from numerous films, figures such as Mike Flanagan, Mick Garris, Frank Darabont, Vincento Natali, and Kevin Kölsch, commemorate and celebrate Stephen King’s world, brought to life on the screen in front of Daphné’s camera. (JEONG Jihye)


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Daphné Baiwir started her career in film at the age of five, as an actor in the film Victoire. At the age of twenty, after acting in over twenty films, she made the decision to direct. She directed several short films, before starting to direct documentaries. She spent a month in prison to film Beyond Bars, and directed Deauville and the American Dream. In 2021, her film The Rebellious Olivia de Havilland was an Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival. She is currently preparing for her first fiction feature film as a director.


Producer Sebastien CRUZ
Cinematographer Marc KONINCKX
Editor Daphné BAIWIR, Alex MCKENZIE, Sebastien CRUZ
Music Nicholas PIKE
Production Design Daphné BAIWIR, Sebastien CRUZ
Cast Jeffrey DEMUNN, James CAAN, Amy IRVING