It has been reported that the 16th Busan International Film Festival of Asia will be set off at one of the most amazing places, Busan Cinema Center. In the festival, about 300 movies from 70 different countries will be screened, including premier of 89 movies.
It is on this eve when remaking of "The Host" and the multi-million 3D movie "The Three Musketeers" will hit big screen for the first time. With the advent of 3D images, 3D movies have become quite popular among the masses.
Besides screening movies, the organizers of the festival have promised to introduce educational tours for the young developing minds. Beijing also launched its own film festival this year at Lung Prabang. Following footsteps of Beijing, South Korea is also looking keen in launching its own film festival.
It has been informed that the Busan International Film Festival will begin on 16th of October, 2011. The organizers of the festival are hopeful that the festival will be a huge hit as it is being held at the most remarkable place. The Busan Cinema Center has been built by Australia based architect Coop Himmelblau. For construction of the Center, about $140 million has been spent.