Asian Film Festivals (Argentinean website specialized in Asian Festivals), Cine Made in Asia (Spanish website specialized in Asian Films), and Central Park Films (Korean independent film distribution agency) announced that they will partner together to build an international connection and communication channel in order to promote Korean short films.
The main goal of this partnership is to develop strong ties between the organizations in order to build an international connection and communication channel. This will allow Cine Made in Asia (CMA) and Asian Film Festivals (AFF) to have access to the diverse and rich catalogue managed by Central Park Films (CPF).
CMA and AFF agreed to review two films per month for CPF both in Spanish and English. Some of the films managed by CPF are “Pick-up”, “Hello”, “My Home”, “Behind the Hole” by Shing Seoyoung, “Hairy” by Kang Mul-geol, “Freckles” by Kim Jihee, to name a few. Asian Film Festivals also promised to provide Central Park Films information about the latest film festival’s call for entries in order to help them promote their movies around Asia.
Sebastián Nadilo owner of AsianFilmFestivals said “I am very happy and honored to be part of this partnership. I would like to thank Central Park Films for this opportunity. I hope this alliance will help us to discover and promote Korean short films.”. Jonny Blanco Diaz owner of Cine Made in Asia also said: “This alliance will allow us to bring the best content to our Korean, Spanish and English audience.”
About Central Park Films – http://centralparkfilms.co.kr/
CENTRAL PARK FILMS is one of the most passionate and youthful distribution agencies in Korea. Shorts distributed by CENTRAL PARK FILMS have attracted much attention with their high quality at many foremost film festivals like Cannes, Vancouver, Busan, Sitges, and so on. From 2014, we have begun to broaden our own field to production, distribution and international sales of feature films.
About Cine Made in Asia – https://www.cinemadeinasia.com/
Cine Made in Asia is Spanish website dedicated to Asian cinema lead by Jonny Blanco Diaz. In just a few years the website managed to attract lot of views and now is one of the leading sites to find the latest information about Asian films and Korean series. With over 40,000 followers on Facebook, Cine Made in Asia managed to create a very diverse and engaging community.
About Asian Film Festivals:
Asian Film Festivals is an Argentinean website dedicated exclusively to Asia festivals. The organization provides readers with the latest news on different events. Stablished three years ago it managed to index over 150 events. Filmmakers and Festivals recognize AFF as a serious and reliable source of information.