Busan Cinema Forum 2011


The Busan International Film Festival, based in the South Korean harbor city, is one of the biggest and most important film festivals in Asia and a powerful and innovative newcomer on the international film festival circuit.1 Within only 15 years Busan has become a festival operating much like bigger festivals such as Berlinale and Cannes, featuring competitions, a national/regional showcase, a market (Asian Film Market), a co-production market (Asian Project Market/APM, formerly known as Pusan Promotion Plan/PPP), a film school component (Asian Film Academy), and a film fund (Asian Cinema Fund).

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Loist, Skadi; de Valck, Marijke: Busan Cinema Forum 2011. In: NECSUS. European Journal of Media Studies, Jg. 1 (2012), Nr. 1, S. 197-200. DOI:
 author = {Loist, Skadi and de Valck, Marijke},
 title = {Busan Cinema Forum 2011},
 year = 2012,
 doi = "\url{}",
 volume = 1,
 address = {Amsterdam},
 journal = {NECSUS. European Journal of Media Studies},
 number = 1,
 pages = {197--200},
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