Each year for the past few years, Chapman students have traveled with Professor Nam Lee to the Busan International Film Festival to get a taste of Asian cinema and culture. There, they see the works of Korean masters like Park Chan-Wook and Bong Joon-Ho, as well as films from China and other parts of Asia,
The argument can and should be made that city lights are most beautiful when glimpsed in reflection in the dark, rolling waters of the sea at midnight, but there are probably a precious few places in the world where such a sight can be captured. Busan, South Korea, is one of those places. I stood
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Most of the dust has settled from another incredible year of the Busan West festival, and it’s time to look back to see what people loved the most, so we can start looking forwards to next year’s event!
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> The full schedule of films for the 2013 Busan West Film Festival has just been announced! For the complete scoop on the numerous events and films playing at this year’s festival, read on.
Film blog BZFilm recently met Prof. Nam Lee to discuss the upcoming Busan West Film Festival we’re hosting here at Dodge College. An excerpt from the interview with Prof. Lee: The festival is being staged by Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts in partnership with South Korea’s Busan International Film Festival –
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Interested in getting more involved at Dodge College? Want real-world event experience? Volunteer for the Busan West Film Festival, being held at Dodge College March 8-10.
Fueled by the rapidly expanding influence and popularity of Korean filmmakers in Hollywood, Busan West, the annual pan-Asian film festival staged by Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts in partnership with South Korea’s Busan International Film Festival (Asia’s largest film festival), is expanding its program and introducing a competition for the 2013