Busan International Short Film Festival Establishes
a Partnership with Asian Movie Pulse, a Film Media Platform Focusing on Asian Cinema
- AMP Will Publish Asian Film Reviews and Interviews Throughout BISFF
- Asian Short Films Are Expected to Be Boosted with the Help of Partnership
The President of the Busan International Short Film Festival (BISFF), Minchol Cha, announced that the festival has signed a partnership
with “Asian Movie Pulse,” an American film media platform focusing on Asian cinema.
“Asian Movie Pulse” is a leading film media platform committed to introducing and publicizing Asian cinema and culture. The platform employs a diverse range
of nationalities, including people from India, Taiwan, and the United States, and posts an average of 7-8 articles every day.
The platform boasts 400,000 monthly users and 180,000 monthly views, indicating a strong interest in Asian cinema.
The Busan International Short Film Festival partnered with “Asian Cinema Pulse” to promote the festival and help revitalize the short film industry.
“Asian Movie Pulse” will publish articles detailing the 40th BISFF's progress this year, starting with an article that was posted on April 7th (Fri) providing
comprehensive information about the festival's schedules and programs.
With this partnership, “Asian Movie Pulse” plans to bring BISFF to the world, publish reviews on the Asian short films selected from the approximately
150 short films to be screened at BISFF, and conduct interviews with Asian filmmakers. The festival hopes to strengthen its role as a “Hub for Asian short films.”
The 40th BISFF will take place at the BNK Busan Bank Art Cinema Corner Theater and Busan Cinema Center from April 25th (Tue) through to
May 1st (Mon), 2023. The festival will present the audience with a diverse range of short films that push the boundaries of cinema.
[Attachment] Photographs from the 39th BISFF in 2022 (During the “Hub of Asia” program's Guest Visit event)