• A Midsummer's Fantasia / Han-yeo-reum-ui Pan-ta-ji-a
  • A Midsummer's Fantasia / Han-yeo-reum-ui Pan-ta-ji-a
  • A Midsummer's Fantasia / Han-yeo-reum-ui Pan-ta-ji-a

A Midsummer's Fantasia / Han-yeo-reum-ui Pan-ta-ji-a

by Kun-jae Jang Special Screenings

Chapter One: In spectacular black and white images we follow Korean director Taehoon as he travels to the Japanese town of Gojo with his assistant Mijung where he intends to scout for locations for his next film. As they and their Japanese guides wander around the city, the director takes notes and listens to the stories of the local people. Chapter Two: Yellow sunshine and blue skies. Mijung travels to the city of Gojo and meets a Japanese man, with whom she decides spontaneously to spend the rest of the day. As they walk around together the two become closer, and both try to put off saying goodbye for as long as possible... Director Kun-jae Jang, one of South Korea’s promising new names, films a story about the process of making a film – and presents us with his magical results – or is it all just a dream?


  • Genre: Drama
  • Country, Year: South Korea, Japan, 2014
  • Runtime: 96 Min
  • Languages: Korean, Japanese
  • Subtitles: English
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  • Director: Kun-jae Jang
  • Cast: Sae-byuk Kim, Hyung-kook Lim, Ryo Iwase
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  • Screenplay: Kun-jae Jang
  • Cinematography: Masayuki Fujii
  • Editors: Kun-jae Jang, Yeon-jeong Lee
  • Music: Min-whee Lee
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  • Producers: Naomi Kawase, Kun-jae Jang
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  • Production Companies: Nara International Film Festival, Mocushura
  • World Sales: Indiestory Inc.
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