South Korea’s film production sector is bouncing back to life after a hiatus caused by multiple waves of the coronavirus had caused disruption. That means a large number of films were able to shoot or resume their disrupted productions. In turn there are now many films in post-production.
But foreign distributors, festivals and other potential buyers will have to take some extra steps if they are to secure the rights. That’s because most Korean companies will be giving the physical Cannes festival and market a miss this year.
The strict public health rules that have allowed the country to get back on its feet