Review
Behind the Scenes on an Indie Film in South Korea

Behind the Scenes on an Indie Film in South Korea

Every year the expat film community in South Korea grows larger and raises the bar higher. 2013 will be no exception. Amiss is a feature film shot in and around Seoul. So far it’s been a yearlong journey and it’s still in full swing. Principle photography started at the end of September and wrapped mid-December....
Unsung Skateboard Magazine Launch Party

Unsung Skateboard Magazine Launch Party

This is a magazine full of skateboarders for skateboarders by skateboarders… We live it; it owns us. At least it owns me. The act of skateboarding, that is. This is just my chance to send that act love-letters. –Unsung Skateboard Magazine You would think a hoodie, fitted cap, or skateboard was required for entrance if...
The View From Here

The View From Here

If the 48 Hour Film Festival screenings have you in short film mode, here’s one to check out. It’s from filmmaker Kevin Lambert, currently living, working and making films in Seoul, South Korea. In The View from Here, we learn about Ray and Isabel, an expat couple living in Seoul, who find themselves disenchanted with their...

Han Rock

John Weeke is a NYU film school graduate who has just completed the documentary Han Rock, focusing mainly on Joe Gyu-Nam, owner of Susie Q bar in Hongdae and reportedly over a million dollars worth of records. After winning a grant from Future Shorts Seoul, John and his team embarked upon this project, which will...

In Pictures: Spring’s Future Shorts Film Festival

The second edition of Future Shorts hit Seoul again last weekend, drawing an even bigger crowd than last time. It seemed there was a lot more planning put into the event, with a BBQ attracting the crowd to the venue earlier on in the sunny afternoon, and a DJ and speed dating to keep people...