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Curating the programs for film festivals isn’t as easy as you might think. It requires a discerning eye, the ability to be impartial, critical, discerning and most of the absolute love of film. During the Busan International Short Film Festival, I spoke with festival programmers Sébastien Simon about what it took for him to create the Hub of Asia Program, which was comprised of the Asian Americana program, The Death of Cinema(s), and the Rendez-vous AFiS, a special screening showcasing the work of young filmmakers from across the Asian diaspora who are learning the methods necessary to navigate the business side of the film industry at the Busan Asian Film

In this interview for the Busan International Short film Festival , I spoke with award-winning and Oscar nominated filmmaker and documentarian Jay Rosenblatt about his films How to Measure a Year, an intimate and surreal examination of the growth of his daughter Ella. We discussed the changes in Ella’s emotional psychological intelligence over the course of 16 years of filming, and Jay’s own perspective as a filmmaker and father.

Travis Yee Haw is breaking barriers with his country music vibe. The reputable “Asian country singer” Tiktoker and “The Cowboy” from Fox TV’s “I Can See Your Voice – Season 1” is making quite a statement in the entertainment industry. Hailing from Los Angeles, Travis Yee has already made an impactful statement in the industry

Would you please briefly introduce yourself to our readers? am Lee Chung-chung, a fashion designer who I graduated from Central Saint Martin in the U.K. After majoring in menswear, I made my debut at London Fashion Week in 2010 and began my career in fashion. Since launching LIE in 2013, the brand has held fashion shows not only in Korea, but also in New York, Paris, London, and other major fashion cities in the world.

We are curious about how you got into
the fashion business initially.
It felt inevitable. I got a lot of attention for being
unusually tall and thin since I was young, so
that might have been why I enjoyed dressing
up. But then I became more attracted by the
process of creating outfits rather than being
seen wearing them, so everything kind of
turned out to be inevitable from then onwards.