The 26th Busan International Film Festival kicks off in Korea's southeastern city in early October.
Two-hundred-23 films from 70 countries will be shown at 29 screens in six theaters.
All of them will be screened two or three times, but only half of the usual seats will be available in light of the pandemic.
The festival's opener film is “Heaven: To the Land of Happiness” by South Korean director Im Sang-soo .
Hong Kong director Leung Longman's “Anita” will close the festival.
The opening ceremony happens October 6th, and it'll be hosted by local actors Song Joong-ki and Park So-dam .
The festival runs through October 15th.