The Busan International Film Festival is Asia's largest film festival.
What is it?
- A great place to discover new work from the region's filmmakers
- A standard stop for festival programmers looking for Asian titles
- An important destination for the Asian film industry, augmented by the Asian Film Market
The festival programme gives priority to world and international premiere screenings. All screenings must be at least Korean premieres.
What are the categories for New Zealand films?
- World Cinema: recent feature films from around the world (excluding Asia and Korea).
- Wide Angle: recent short films, animations, documentaries, and experimental films.
- Open Cinema: recent and relatively commercial feature films.
- Critic’s Choice: recent and relatively artistic feature films.
New Zealand films at Busan
New Zealand feature films that have screened at Busan include
- River Queen
- Eating Sausage
- The Tide Keeper.