Korea’s Jeonju Festival Unveils First Titles, Extended Screening Plans
South Korea’s Jeonju International Film Festival, already delayed by a month due to the coronavirus outbreak, is now to go ahead in its new dates, but in reduced format. Some of its titles, however, will screen until September.
At the end of April, festival organizers confirmed that JIFF will go ahead 28 May to 6 June, roughly a month after its usual late-April slot. But they said that it will be stripped down to become “an exclusive edition with no public audience,” consisting of just three sections., an international competition, a Korean competition and a competition for Korean-made short films.
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