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Jiseok

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True Story · Films about Films

  • CountryKorea
  • Production Year 2022
  • Running Time117min
  • Format DCP
  • ColorColor
Program Note
On May 18, 2017, the Busan International Film Festival’s Program Director Kim Jiseok died suddenly and unexpectedly from a heart attack while on a business trip to the Cannes Film Festival. In the face of his unexpected demise, his old friends and colleagues in the film industry recall what tormented him in his last days. The documentary Jiseok was planned to commemorate programmer Kim Jiseok, who as a founding member of BIFF in 1996 conceived and completed the identity of the Busan International Film Festival—the “hub of Asian films.” This film is full of intriguing and touching anecdotes told by masters of Asian films, such as Mohsen Makhmalbaf, Kore-eda Hirokazu, Apichatpong Weerasethakul, and Jafar Panahi. It was directed by Kim Youngjo, who made My Family Portrait (2007) and Still and All (2015), planned by the Busan International Film Festival, and produced by Soul Film. (KANG Sowon)
Director
Director
KIM Young-jo
Kim Young-jo graduated at the Department of Film and Theatre from the Kyungsung University and studied Documentary at the University Paris 8. His filmography includes My Family Portrait (2007), Taebaek, Land of Embers (2008), The last Miner (2008), A Fishbone in the Throat (2009), The Hunt (2013), and Punch Bowl (2018). My Family Portrait won the Jury Special Prize at the Millenium Documentary Film Festival in Brussels.
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Credit
  • Director KIM Young-jo
  • Producer Sun-young KIM
  • Cast Mohsen MAKHMALBAF , Hirokazu KORE-EDA , Panahi JAFAR , Chuimui TAN , Yong-kwan LEE
  • Screenplay Byeong-won JEON
  • Cinematography Hee-chul JANG
  • Production Company Soulfilm
    Korea
    1f/2f, 30, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan, Republic of Korea
    kmn0102@naver.com

Schedule
422
422
06-20
21:15
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603
603
06-22
11:00
대관령트레이닝센터
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