| 수상한 그녀
Actress Shim Eun-gyeong shines in a body-swap comedy that mostly runs on familiar lines.
CJ takes Miss Granny to Vietnam, Japan
Remakes in other territories in the works
Japanese film joins Beijing festival competition
15 films to compete for Tiantan prizes
Okinawa Talent: Takeda Rina
On acting, action and Attack on Titan
Eternal 0 tops Japan Academy Awards
Okada Junichi takes double acting win
Running Man sprints to victory in China
Boonie Bears sequel also opens huge
South Korean films lose domestic dominance
Foreign film market share surges
Pale Moon leads Blue Ribbon nominations
Samurai Chronicle and 0.5mm take four each
Roaring Currents chimes at Grand Bell Awards
The Attorney and A Hard Day each win three
Hill of Freedom tops South Korea critics award
Zhang Lü wins Best Director
Non-stop flies high at China box office
Updated: One Step Away opens second placed
Uzumasa tops Fantasia awards
Miss Granny wins audience award for Asian film
Montreal World festival fixes line-up
Three Asian titles in competition
Market share of South Korean films plummets
Foreign films secure record admissions
Maleficent dethrones Frozen in Japan
Best opening for a live-action foreign film this year
Frozen wins 16th round at Japan box office
World of Kanako opens fourth-placed
Samurai comedy Frozen-out at Japan B.O.
300 sequel opens fifth-placed
Leste Chen to direct Miss Granny remake
South Korean industry continues China experiment
Pang Ho-cheung's Aberdeen to open Udine
Thermae Romae II to close Italian festival
Frozen refuses to melt at Japan box office
One Third opens eighth-placed
Fukushima, financing and child actors
Okinawa Talent Focus: Yukisada Isao
Thread of Lies tops South Korea B.O.
300 sequel tops South Korea box office
Miss Granny remains top local film
Frozen joins South Korea's 10 million club
First animation, second foreign film to cross milestone
South Korean fantasies join Okinawa competition
New films by Yukisada Isao and Fujita Yosuke
Miss Granny stays young at South Korea B.O.
High concept comedy crosses 7 million admissions
Busan bosses fly to Okinawa
Japanese comedy festival expands jury
One Third wins at Okinawa
By Stephen Cremin
Tue, 25 March 2014, 08:15 AM (HKT)
The 6th Okinawa International Movie Festival 沖縄国際映画祭 (20-24 Mar 2014) closed yesterday with awards for films from Japan and South Korea.
The Special Jury Prize went to bank heist comedy One Third サンブンノイチ (2014) based on KINOSHITA Hanta 木下半太's novel and directed by SHINAGAWA Hiroshi 品川祐 (pictured left). Although there is no prize money, it is the jury's main award.
Two runner-ups each receive ¥1 million (US$9,780) in prize money.
MOTOKI Katsuhide 本木克英's Mission Impossible: Samurai 超高速！参勤交代 (2014) won the Grand Prix in the competition's Laugh Category. The samurai comedy opens in Japan in June through producer Shochiku Co Ltd 松竹.
South Korea's Miss Granny 수상한 그녀 (2014) won the Grand Prix in the Peace Category. The fantasy-comedy's director HWANG Dong-hyuk 황동혁 | 黄東赫 (pictured centre) and main actress SHIM Eun-gyeong 심은경 | 沈恩敬 (pictured right) attended the festival.
The festival and surrounding events had an attendance of 380,000. The 7th Okinawa International Movie Festival will be held 25-29 Mar 2015, maintaining the shorter 5-day length introduced this year. The festival previously ran for 8 days.