Over 1,000 filmmakers participated in the signing of the film industry's request to improve the film industry's call for the (tentative) Post Bong Junho Act.
“Online signing, a film that calls for an unbalanced film industry structure, is on fire,” said the preparations for the restructuring of the film industry.
The first signature, which was released on the 17th, included 59 movie stars. Lim Kwon-taek, Lee Jang-ho, Lee Chang-dong, Jung Ji-young, Lim Soon-rye and other directors, including Seong-gi Ahn, Sung-geun Moon, Jung-woo Jung, Jin-woong Cho, Jin-young actors and producers, writers, union members, critics, professors, film festival personnel, and policymakers.
Famous directors and famous actors also participated in the online signature that began around 11:30 am on the 18th. The preliminary meeting said that if the 1000 participating films were divided by function, they consisted of 25% production, 18% production, 13% acting, 8% scenario, 5% shooting, 4% academic, 3% criticism, and 3% animation. .
The signing filmmakers called for a “signature,” calling for screening-distribution, limiting screen monopoly on large companies, and creating a fair environment for rethinking film market diversity.
The signature runs until noon on the 25th.
The preparatory meeting will hold a press conference on the 26th to reveal the results of the signature, explain the purpose of the (tentative name) Post Bong Junho Act, and reveal plans for future activities.
The (tentative) Post Bong Joon-ho Act is an amendment to the Film Act, Act No. 995. ▲ Restrictions on film distribution and commercial business of large corporations ▲ Prohibition of screen monopoly on certain films ▲ Institutionalization of independence, art films, and exclusive theaters.
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