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3rd Wildflower Film Awards Korea – Nominees 2016

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We present the list of nominees for the 3rd Wildflowers Film Awards Korea.

The Wildflower Film Awards Korea is an award ceremony that recognize the achievement of Korean independent and low-budget films. Their primary aim is to create more publicity in Korea and abroad for filmmakers working outside of the mainstream commercial film industry. The 3rd edition ceremony will take place on April 7th, 2016. This year tree films lead the nominations with five nominations each, A Matter of Interpretation by Lee Kwang-kuk (Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actress and two Best Supporting Actor/Actress), A Midsummer’s Fantasia by Jang Kun-jae (Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Actress and Best Actor), In Her Place by Albert Shin with (Best Director, Best Cinematography, Best Actress, Best New Actor/Actress, and Best Supporting Actor/Actress) and in second place we have Right Now, Wrong Then by Hong Sangsoo with four nominations (Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Actress and Best Actor).

Best Director – Narrative Films

A Matter of Interpretation by Lee Kwang-kuk – 2015 | 98 min.
A Midsummer’s Fantasia by Jang Kun-jae – 2015 | 97 min.
Alive by Park Jung-bum – 2015 | 160 min.
In Her Place by Albert Shin – 2015 | 115 min.
Madonna by Shin Su-won – 2015 | 120 min.
Right Now, Wrong Then by Hong Sangsoo – 2015 | 121 min.
The Avian Kind by Shin Yeon-shick – 2015 | 112 min.

Best Director – Documentaries

A Crybaby Boxing Club by E Il-ha – 2015 | 86 min.
Factory Complex by Im Heung-soon – 2015 | 95 min.
Legend of Miryang 2 by Park Bae-il – 2015 | 102 min.
My Fair Wedding by Jang Hee-sun – 2015 | 94 min.
Red Tomb by Gu Ja-hwan – 2015 | 91 min.

Best New Director – Narrative Films

Alice in Earnestland by Ahn Gooc-jin – 2015 | 90 min.
Clearer than you Think by Han Ji-won – 2015 | 77 min.
Collective Invention by Kwon Oh-kwang – 2015 | 93 min.
Socialphobia by Hong Seok-jae – 2015 | 102 min.
We Will Be Ok by Baek Jae-ho – 2015 | 102 min.

Best New Director – Documentaries

Red Tomb by Gu Ja-hwan – 2015 | 91 min.
The Anxious Day Out by Kim Cheol-min – 2015 | 90 min.
The Basement Satellite by Kim Hyoung-ju – 2015 | 108 min.

Best Screenplay
A Matter of Interpretation by Lee Kwang-kuk – 2015 | 98 min.
A Midsummer’s Fantasia by Jang Kun-jae – 2015 | 97 min.
Alive by Park Jung-bum – 2015 | 160 min.
Right Now, Wrong Then by Hong Sangsoo – 2015 | 121 min.
The Avian Kind by Shin Yeon-shick – 2015 | 112 min.

Best Cinematography
Fujii Masayuki for the film A Midsummer’s Fantasia by Jang Kun-jae – 2015 | 97 min.
Im Heung-soon for the film Factory Complex – 2015 | 95 min.
Jo Young-jik for the film Love is… – 2015
Moon Myeong-hwan for the film In Her Place by Albert Shin – 2015 | 115 min.
Park Bae-il for the film Legend of Miryang 2 – 2015 | 102 min.

Best Actress
Kim Min-hee for the film Right Now, Wrong Then – 2015 | 121 min.
Kim Sae-byuk for the film A Midsummer’s Fantasia – 2015 | 97 min.
Lee Jung-hyun for the film Alice in Earnestland – 2015 | 90 min.
Shin Dong-mi for the film A Matter of Interpretation – 2015 | 98 min.
Yoon Da-kyung for the film In Her Place – 2015 | 115 min.

Best Actor
Iwase Ryo for the film A Midsummer’s Fantasia – 2015 | 97 min.
Jang Hyun-sung for the film Love Never Fails – 2015 | 100 min.
Jung Jae-young for the film Right Now, Wrong Then – 2015 | 121 min.
Lee Joo-seung for the film Socialphobia – 2015 | 102 min.
Park Jung-bum for the film Alive – 2015 | 160 min.

Best New Actor or Actress
An Ji-hye for the film In Her Place – 2015 | 115 min.
Jeong Ha-dam for the film Wild Flowers – 2015 | 115 min.
Kwon So-hyun for the film Madonna – 2015 | 120 min.
Ryu Jun-yeol for the film Socialphobia – 2015 | 102 min.
Seong Ho-jun for the film Pascha – 2015 | 97 min.

Best Supporting Actor or Actress
Kang Bong-sung for the film Wild Flowers – 2015 | 115 min.
Kil Hae-yeon for the film In Her Place – 2015 | 115 min.
Kim Kang-hyun for the film A Matter of Interpretation – 2015 | 98 min.
Lee Paul for the film Wild Flowers – 2015 | 115 min
Yu Jun-sang for the film A Matter of Interpretation – 2015 | 98 min.

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