Paranmanjang is a half-hour film that tells the story of a middle-aged man who lands a woman's body while fishing one night, only for the pair to become entwined between life and death. The title is Korean for "ups and downs", which may refer to the events of the film -- or to the.
iPhones were used to scout locations, film auditions, and shoot the film and an accompanying documentary. The short's £84,000 budget was part-financed by South Korean phone network KT Corp, which has the exclusive rights to the iPhone in that country.
Manga-inspired, squid-guzzling, hammer-wielding, incest fairytale Oldboy won the Cannes Grand Prize in 2004. If you're a fan of the film, you may be pleased to hear the rumoured US remake is probably dead, after Steven Spielberg and Will Smith lost interest.
Aspiring iPhone auteurs could take advantage of the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and an filmed on a .to keep shots smooth like a smart-phone Scorcese. We've seen an episode of House shot on a
We've even seen 8-minute short Nokia N8. Certainly cheaper than the favoured by Peter Jackson., starring Dev Patel and Pamela Anderson, filmed with a
Paranmanjang will open in cinemas in Korea from 27 January.