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35 Short Films you cannot miss at the 14th Busan International Kids & Youth Film Festival (Part 3)

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We finish with our list of short films you cannot miss Busan International Kids & Youth Film Festival which will take place from July 9th – 15th, 2019 in Busan, South Korea.

Note: Please remember that these short films will be screen in block with other short films.

 

Tail end of the year

Tail end of the year by Chieh Yang – Taiwan | 2018 – 23 minutes
Section: Asian Panorama

On Chinese New Year Eve, ten-year old Yang Lan anxiously waits for her singer mother to come home. While the big family is celebrating loudly with Mahjong, fireworks, dinner and laughs, she struggles to reconcile her urge to feel, at least for a brief moment, loved.

Schedule:
July 14th | Sunday | Busan Cinema Center (Cinema 2) | 10:00 am

 

The Crying of Tanbur

The Crying of Tanbur by Anisa Sabiri – Tajikistan | 2018 – 25 minutes
Section: Asian Panorama

The civil war destroyed childhood of young boy. While his family waits for father’s return boy tries to bear the increasing stress, hunger, his own fears, keeping the secret he doesn’t dare to tell anyone.

Schedule:
July 11th | Thursday | Busan Cinema Center (Indie Plus) | 10:30 am

 

The Fog Ahead

The Fog Ahead by Kara Tsenov – Canada | 2018 – 5 minutes
Section: Reborn the BIKY

A short comedy film about conflict between required choices and internal struggles.

Schedule:
July 11th | Thursday | Busan Cinema Center (Indie Plus) | 14:30 pm

 

The Green Ark

The Green Ark by Tan Hisn Chien – Taiwan | 2019 – 8 minutes
Section: Reborn the BIKY

‘The Green Ark’ tells us that even the park in the city has a rich ecosystem. People should keep a distance with the ecosystem so that we could observe nature in the most natural way and make sure that it would keep thriving for our future generations.

Schedule:
July 12th | Friday | Busan Cinema Center (Indie Plus) | 13:00 pm

 

The moving day

The moving day by Kim Jae-hun – South Korea | 2019 – 5 minutes
Section: Ready – Action! 18

A girl arrives at her new home with expectations. For a moment, her boyfriend comes to see her and says what he has in mind with the flowers, but he ignores her words and leaves.

Schedule:
July 12th | Friday | Busan Cinema Center (Cinemateque) | 17:40 pm

 

The process of coloring dream

The process of coloring dream by Kim Tae-ri – South Korea | 2018 – 19 minutes
Section: Ready – Action! 18

The father accidentally finds himself in his own society, which he wanted to hide from his son. However, after seeing his father’s social life, he comes to understand his father, who had been arguing because he was in different positions.

Schedule:
July 10th | Wednesday | Busan Cinema Center (Cinemateque) | 17:30 pm

 

The Stars Whisper

The Stars Whisper by Yeo Sun-hwa – South Korea | 2018 – 19 minutes
Section: Embrace the Difference

Yeon-hee who moved from a big city to a rural area with hurt due to her hearing impairment, tries to hide her using sign language from others, but one day, she was caught by her classmate, Young-jun while using sign language.

Schedule:
July 12th | Friday | Busan Cinema Center (Cinemateque) | 16:00 pm

 

Three August Days

Three August Days by Madli Lääne – Estonia | 2018 – 20 minutes
Section: Embrace the Difference

In the midst of the political upheaval of the early 1990s, an Estonian girl and a Russian boy reach across cultural lines to unite over a shared bottle of American soda.

Schedule:
July 15th | Monday | Busan Cinema Center (Indie Plus) | 11:00 am

 

Way Back Home

Way Back Home by Ha Gyu-bin – South Korea | 2019 – 14 minutes
Section: Staying Together

Sanghoon, who returned to Korea after more than 10 years of overseas research. Sanghoon is an authoritative professor who studied penguin familyhood, but he is a friend-like father to his son Bumjoon. Sanghoon tries to get closer to Bum-joon, but rather, they fall apart. <2018 BIKY Production Support>

Schedule:
July 14th | Sunday | Busan Cinema Center (Cinemateque) | 13:00 pm

 

We Woori

We, Woori by Ji Seong-eun – South Korea | 2018 – 7 minutes
Section: Ready – Action! 18

Woo-ri, is a third-year elementary school student living with her single mom. One day, she has to babysit Woo-ri, a daughter of her mom’s boy friend while he is out. At first, she likes her because she always wants to have a little sister, but soon she begins to hate her because she has to deal with misunderstanding caused by their same name and has to always be nice to her only because she is a older sister.

Schedule:
July 12th | Friday | Busan Cinema Center (Cinemateque) | 17:40 pm

 

Whirl and Whirl

Whirl and Whirl by Jeon Sun-min – South Korea | 2018 – 16 minutes
Section: Reborn the BIKY

Jae-min has met various people sharing stories about love in order to get over his ex-girl friend after breaking up with her. But he has become deep in thought about love while listening others’ love stories. At last, he decided to dispell his obsession with her. However, one day he gets a phone call from his ex-girl friend.

Schedule:
July 12th | Friday | Busan Cinema Center (Indie Plus) | 15:00 pm

 

See Part 1 – HERE
See Part 2 – HERE

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