This year’s Busan International Film Festival official poster portrays lonesome Korean red pine stoutly standing on mountain rocks
Korean red pine is well known tree for taking its roots deep in the ground and survive through any kind of harsh environment like drought, heat wave, cold wave, and heavy snow. This year’s poster reflects Busan International Film Festival’s persistence and solidity over the last twenty years and the festival’s strong will to continue on for the future like a long lasting Korean red pine.
Organized by three graphic artists, Propaganda is a designing studio professionally in films, broadcasting, performances, and other forms of entertainments. Dedication in film widened their spectrum in posters for both domestic and foreign commercial films as well as independent films. Their major works include; Train to Busan, 4th Place, The King of Jokgu, Haemoo, Pieta, New World, Old Partner, and Dream.