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Awards

Puchon Choice Awards

Feature
  • Best of Puchon : The Dark Hours (Director : Paul FOX)
  • Best Director : Joaquin ORISTRELL / Unconscious
  • Best Actress : Orsi TOTH / Johanna  & Kate GREENHOUSE / The Dark Hours
  • Best Actor : Phan RAJANARANGSEE, Supakorn SRISAWAT, Somjai SUKJAI, Banphot VEERARAT / Rahtree Return
  • Prugio Citizen's Choice : Hari Om (Director : Bharatbala GANAPATHY)
  • Jury's Choice : Nuit Noir (Director : Olivier SMOLDERS)
 
Shorts
Grand Prize for Short Film : Ryan (Director : Chris LANDRETH)
Jury's Choice for Short Film : The Ten Steps (Director : Brendan MULDOWNEY)
Citizen's Choice for Short Film : Alice and I (Director : Micha WALD)

Puchon Choice Jury (Feature)

Bob CLARK

Bob CLARK
Bob Clark has fashioned an amazingly versatile career and directed various works such as Christmas Story, Porky's, Superbabies, and etc. Bob himself has garnered two Genies Canadian Academy Awards for Best Director for Murder by Decree and Christmas Story, which also won for Best Picture. In additon, Bob has two Writers Guild nominations for Best Screenplay, an Ace nomination for Arthur Miller's American Clock and numerous festival awards for Best Picture. In addition Bob's classic Deathdream (1974) was honored in 2003 by the Lincoln Center Film Society as one of the scared horror films in history.

Brain YUZNA

Brain YUZNA
In 1989, Brain YUZUNA made his debut as a director with the film Society, His representative films include Re-animator, which is about a modern Frankenstein, a new splatter horror style and black humor satire that enjoyed critical and commercial acclaim. He gained fame while directing films, From Beyond and Dolls with Stuart Gordon. And, there are a lot of cult followers of Bride of Re-animator and The Return of the Living Dead Ⅲ in Korea.

Gérard DELORME

Gérard DELORME
Gérard DELORME made his debut as a journalist and chronicler in 1985. He has been writing about films in various french magazines including the original Starfix and the now defunct city magazine 7 a Paris. He joined Premiere in 1996, and was appointed deputy editor in chief since 1998.

GU Su Yeon

GU Su Yeon
GU Su Yeon was born in 1961, Yamaguchi-Ken as a second-generation Korean resident in Japan. He debuted as a director at the age of 26. He established GOO TV Company Ltd. in 1994. He is the best-known CF director in Japan and works as a music producer, music video director, lyrics writer and novelist. He debuted with the film Worst by Chance.

PARK Chul Soo

PARK Chul Soo
PARK Chul Soo is the representative director of Korea who puts social contradiction and difficulties on the screen comically and audaciously with his new experimental spirit. He made his debut in 1979 with the film The Rain that Falls Every Night, receiving two Best New Director Awards, at the Baek Sang Art Award and the Daejong Film Festival in the same year. 301, 302 was distributed world wide, the first time for a Korean film, and Farewell My Darling received the Best Artistic Contribution at the Montreal World Film Festival. Bong-ja is the first digital feature film in Korea, Green Chair, the first film that used 3D sound effects in Korea, and he established the PARK Chul Soo Film Academy for new filmmakers. Director PARK has contributed to the development of the Korean film industry in a qualitative way.

Stephen Cremin

Stephen Cremin
In 1998 Stephen Cremin founded the London Pan-Asian Film Festival, which included retrospectives to KIM Ki Young (1998) and Asano TADANOBU (1999), In 2000 he launched an Asian film industry newsletter in Hong Kong, In 2001, he joined the Far East Film Festival in Udine, Italy, as senior programmer. Based in Taipei, he writes on the Taiwan and South Korean film industry for Screen International and Variety International Film Guide.

Puchon Choice Jury (Shorts)

AHN Byung Ki

AHN Byung Ki
After majoring in film at the Seoul Institution of the Arts, AHN Byung Ki worked as an assistant director in the films White Badge, Life of Hollywood Kid, Black Jack and Naked Begin, which were all directed by Jeong Ji Young and on which he honed his production skills. He made his debut in 2000 with the film Scissors, a juvenile horror, then went on to direct the feature film Phone in 2002, which is about a telephone. He established 'Toilet Pictures', specializing in the production of horror films. He has consistently shown his passion for traditional horror movies. His third horror feature film, BUNSHINSABA, was the closing film at the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival in 2004. He is currently directing the film Apartment to be released in November 2006.

Tomas RISKALA

Tomas RISKALA
Since 2000, Tuomas RISKALA has been director of the fantastic section at the Espoo Cine International Film Festival that Finland's biggest film festival with a feature competition. He is a member of the Finnish Film Academy, whose members vote for the Jussi Awards - Finnish Oscars. Before PiFan, he was jury at Fantasporto: Oporto International Film Festival in Portugal, member of the international jury in Fantastik Film Festival in Sweden, and etc. He is also one of the main critics and journalist of the leading finnish film magazine, HoheoEpisodi.

LEE Young Ho

LEE Young Ho
LEE Young Ho is working as a Music Director. He had been working with famous Korean directors for Clio ldiots (2002), Wet Dream (2005), Charming Girl (2005), Taekwon Boys, Spin Kick (2004), No Blood No Tears (2002), Coming Out (2000), Paradise Villa (2000), The Spy (1999), add etc. He made such an excellent career with many films.

Alex INFASCELLI

Alex INFASCELLI
Alex INFASCELLI directed numerous music videos while he was doing his music. As a production assistant, he participated in the music videos 'Black and White' featuring Michael Jackson, 'Ceram' and 'Diamonds and Pearls' featuring Prince, and 'Alive' featuring Pearl Jan. Then, he went back to Italy to pursue his career as a music video director. His film All Most Blue (2000), a serial-killer thriller, received the Best New Director Award, and he instantly gained fame as a thriller film director. He released the film The Vanity Serum in 2004.

KIM Jin Hee

KIM Jin Hee
KIM Jin Hee received her Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Indiana University. She is Assistant Professor of Korean and Comparative Literature at the University of Southern California, Los Angeles. Also, she is serving as the President of the Los Angeles Korean International Film Festival (LAKIFF).