Moon Geun-young to make directorial Movie debut at BIFAN
Starlet Moon Geun-young is making her directorial debut this year with three brief films that will certainly be showcased at the 26th Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival (BIFAN), Korea’s largest annual category film celebration.
Her innovative task includes 3 short movies– “Abyss,” “The Stage” and also “Be In My Dream”– that will certainly be screened in the XL area of BIFAN, which will certainly be held July 7-17 in Bucheon, Gyeonggi Province.
“Abyss,” which stars Moon, revolves around a lady who drops much deeper into the abyss currently she thinks she has actually broken her limits. “The Stage” follows a lady that keeps locating her way back to the stage over and over in spite of numerous challenges. “Be In My Dream” centers on a guy handling grief as well as loss after biding farewell to a loved one.
Moon formerly admitted that she had never anticipated this transition to take place.
“I didn’t enter into routing with any type of suggestions of where I would certainly wind up,” she claimed. “I’m thankful that I met remarkable film team who have tolerated me, an awkward filmmaker,” she said.
Moon debuted as a kid star in 1999. She fired to fame in 2000 thanks to the television collection, “Autumn in My Heart.” She has been included in dozens of hit films, consisting of, “A Tale of Two Sisters” (2003 ), “My Little Bride” (2004) and also “The Throne” (2014 ).
This year’s BIFAN will open with horror film “Men” by English director Alex Garland as well as close with director Jung Bum-shik’s “New Normal,” a thriller that checks out concern in our daily lives adhering to the pandemic episode. Stars Park Byung-eun as well as Han Sun-hwa will certainly co-host the opening ceremony, which will certainly be held in individual and also gone to by filmmakers and also stars from Korea as well as abroad.
A total of 268 films from 49 nations will be shown at regional theaters as well as on regional streaming platform, Wavve, during the festival.
Ten films will certainly complete at Bucheon Choice for worldwide attributes, including “Alien Artist” by Japanese supervisor Seiyo Hoya, the “The Womb” by Indonesian director Fajar Nugros as well as “You Won’t Be Alone” by Australian filmmaker Goran Stolevski.
10 flicks, consisting of “Body Parts,” “Cabriolet,” “Next Door” as well as “A Good Boy,” will certainly try the prize in the “Korean Fantastic” section.
An unique testing program offering the jobs of actor Seol Kyung-gu will certainly happen. Under the title “The Actor, Seol Kyung-gu,” 7 of his movies, including “Peppermint Candy” (1999 ), “Oasis” (2002 ), “Silmido” (2003) as well as “The Merciless” (2017 ), will be shown throughout the duration.