The 22nd annual Busan International Film Festival is less than a week away.
The ten-day event kicks off Thursday, introducing 300 works from 75 countries.
Ninety-nine films will have their world premieres at the event.
The titles include Taiwanese film "Love Education" and Korea's "Glass Garden," directed by Shin Su-won, which is set to open the festival.
Dozens of prominent industry figures are expected to attend Asia's biggest film event of the year, including award-winning U.S. director Oliver Stone, Darren Aronofsky who is best known for "Black Swan" as well as French actor Jean-Pierre Leaud and Korean actress Kim Ha-neul.