Project Silence, starring Lee Sun Kyun and Ju Ji Hoon, has been officially invited to the 76th Cannes Film Festival’s Midnight Screening.
This new thriller depicts the extreme struggle of people isolated on a collapsing airport bridge, surrounded by an impenetrable fog, as they fight to survive from an unexpected series of disasters.
On April 24th, the executive committee of the 76th Cannes Film Festival announced that Project Silence has been invited to the non-competitive Midnight Screening section. This section selects a small number of films with a blend of artistic merit and popular appeal, including action, thriller, noir, fantasy, and horror.
Project Silence has garnered anticipation due to the involvement of Along with the Gods director Kim Yong Hwa and Familyhood director Kim Tae Gon. Speaking about the upcoming film, Kim Tae Gon said, “I am thrilled to receive the invitation to the Cannes Film Festival. As a filmmaker, I consider it an honor. I hope to receive good responses.”
Producer Kim Yong Hwa also shared his excitement, stating, “I am honored to be invited to the Cannes Film Festival. Despite the difficult production environment, the director, actors, and staff have worked hard on this film. I hope that it transcends borders and is enjoyed and supported by many audiences.”
The film boasts a perfect acting ensemble, with Parasite actor Lee Sun Kyun and Along with the Gods series star Ju Ji Hoon, as well as Kim Hee Won, Moon Sung Keun, Ye Soo Jung, Kim Tae Woo, Park Hee Bon, Park Joo Hyun, and Kim Soo An, all showcasing their diverse talents and charms regardless of generation. The film is set for release later this year.
Source: CJ ENM