Film Festival

The Jeonju International Film Festival announced the Korean Short Competition

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The organizers of the festival have announced the short films that will be screen at the Korean Short Competition.

This year more than 660 entries were send to the festival and only 21 were selected to compete at the Korean Short Section. Fictions Films predominated again as 15 are fiction films, 2 animation, 1 documentary and 3 experimental films. The 17th Jeonju International Film Festival is going to take place from April 28th to May 7th in Jeonju (South Korea). We will keep you updated as soon as more information about the films is available.

Korean Short Competition
Summer Night by Lee Jiwon – 2015 | 29 min.
Fly by Lim Yeonjung – 2016 | 28 min.
May Okay by Jung Taewan – 2015 | 10 min.
The Astronauts by Son Kyungsoo – 2016 | 14 min.
The Game of All by Cho Yesul – 2016 | 10 min.
Cyclical Night by Paik Jonggwan – 2016 | 15 min.
A Landscape between Past and Future by Oh Minwook – 2015 | 20 min.
A Tent by Lee Ranhee – 2016 | 30 min.
Knocking on the Door of Your Heart by Choi Toontae – 2016 | 28 min.
Soar by Hong Sangyoo – 2015 | 10 min.
Alone in the Rain by Kim Garyeong – 2015 | 18 min.
See You Tomorrow by Byun Seungmin – 2015 | 22 min.
Hamster by Kim Sein – 2016 | 22 min.
Zoo by Kim Sehyun – 2015 | 8 min.
Deer Flower by Kim Kangmin – 2014 | 27 min.
Before I Grow Up by Lee Junseob – 2015 | 25 min.
The Woman who was Planted in a Pot by Lee Jeongwoo – 2015 | 18 min.
Breathless by Park Junseok – 2015 | 14 min.
Body and Soul by Jang Eunjoo – 2015 | 11 min.
Silent Boy by Park Geunyoung – 2015 | 29 min.
Joke by Jung Jiyoung – 2015 | 12 min.


Zoo by Kim Sehyun

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