Busan Cinema Center

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Busan Cinema Center
영화의전당
Busan Film Center.jpg
Address 120 Suyeonggangbyeon-daero, Haeundae-gu
Busan
South Korea
Owner Busan Metropolitan City
Operator Busan Cinema Center
Type Cinemas, theaters, concert halls, etc.
Capacity BIFF Theater: 4,000
Haneulyeon Theater: 841
Cinema I: 413
Cinema II: 212
Cinematheque: 212
Construction
Opened September 29, 2011
Architect Coop Himmelb(l)au
Website
http://www.dureraum.org/english/Main.html
Busan Cinema Center
Hangul
Hanja 殿
Revised Romanization Yeonghwaui-Jeondang
McCune–Reischauer Yŏnghwaŭi-Chŏndang

The Busan Cinema Center (also called "Dureraum," meaning enjoying seeing movies all together in Korean) is the official, exclusive venue of the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF), where its opening and closing ceremonies take place, located in Centum City, Busan, South Korea. The about USD 150 million (KRW 167.85 billion) center opened on September 29, 2011 almost three years after construction began.[1] As of July 2013, it has the Guinness World Record for the longest cantilever roof.[2] The center was designed by the Austrian architectural design firm Coop Himmelb(l)au and constructed by Hanjin Heavy Industries.[3]

Facilities[edit]

The center comprises three buildings (Cine Mountain, Biff Hill, and Double Cone), Biff Theater (an outdoor theater) with the Small Roof, and Dureraum Square with the Big Roof. The Busan Cinema Center, built on a 32,137 m² plot, occupies 54,335 m² of performance, dining, entertainment, and administrative space.[4][5] The center has two steel roofs. The Big Roof is 163 m long x 60 m wide with an 85 m cantilever portion and weighs 6,376 (metric) tons. The Small Roof covering the outdoor theater BIFF Theater has a span of 70 m and an area of 66 m x 100 to 120 m and weighs 1,236 (metric) tons.[2] The Big Roof is the longest cantilever roof certified by Guinness World Records.[2] The ceilings of the Big and Small Roofs are clad with 23,910 and 18,690 LED lights respectively.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Il-sun, Yun. "BIFF '영화의 전당'시대 개막". MoneyToday. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c "Longest cantilever roof". Guinness World Records. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  3. ^ a b Shim, Eun-jeong. "[탐방] 부산영상센터 85m 세계 최장의 캔틸레버 ‘영화의 전당’". 건축사 신문. Retrieved 18 July 2013. 
  4. ^ Shin, Jeong-hun. "'비상의 꿈, 세계를 열다' 영화의 전당 개관". Yonhap. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 
  5. ^ "한진중공업, 첨단공법으로 [영화의 전당] 개관". Hanjin Heavy Industris & Construction Co., LTd. Retrieved 17 July 2013. 

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Coordinates: 35°10′16″N 129°07′38″E / 35.1712°N 129.1272°E / 35.1712; 129.1272