Asian Cinema Fund

Asian Cinema Fund 2024: Funding News

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Asian Cinema Fund, a support programme of Korea’s Busan International Film Festival, has awarded funding to 13 Asian projects for 2024. 

Three projects have been selected for script development support, which includes a cash grant of KRW10m and an invitation to Busan’s 2024 Asian Project Market (APM). Four projects are receiving post-production funding and six have been awarded grants under the Asian Network of Documentary (AND) Fund. 

Projects under the AND Fund receive grants of KRW20m and an invitation to Busan’s Asian Contents & Film Market (ACFM), which will provide networking opportunities with industry professionals.



[3 Asian Projects] 

7 To 7, dir: Nemil Rajesh Shah (India)

Making A Sea, Lin Htet Aung* (Myanmar, Thailand)

The Sickness Of Yerevan, dir: Ovsanna Gevorgyan* (Armenia)

*AFA / BAFA Alumni


[2 Korean Projects, 2 Asian Projects]

As River Goes By, dir: Charles Hu (China)

I Am Love, dir: Baek Seungbin (Korea)

Sad Letters Of An Imaginary Woman, dir: Nidhi Saxena (India)

Spring Night, dir: Kang Mija (Korea)

Asian Network of Documentary (AND) Fund:

[3 Korean Projects, 3 Asian Projects]

Can I Talk You?, dir: Yi Seungjun (Korea)

Dew Is Coming, dir: Kim Taeil, Ju Romi (Korea)

How Love Moves, dir: Pallavi Paul (India)

Lovers’ Discourse, dir: Miko Revereza (Philippines)

Qashqai Tribe: Once Upon A Time In Shiraz, dir: Hamed Zolfaghari (Iran)

Waterfull Paradise, dir: Kim Sungeun (Korea)