International Competition is a section where we can read the trends of various documentaries produced in the world last year. In this year’s International Competition of the DMZ Docs, 910 films from 104 countries were submitted and a total of 13 films were selected, including two short films and 11 feature films, after the preliminary examination. The films selected this year not only captured the contemporary international issues of neoliberalism, Syrian civil war, refugee issues and others, but also reflected on the matter of form regarding the issues in modern society such as death, labor, family, prostitution, etc.

  • Dust

    Jakub RADEJ
    • Poland
    • 2017
    • 24min
    • DCP
    • Color
    • Asian Premiere
  • West Front

    Roland EDZARD
    • France
    • 2018
    • 28min
    • DCP
    • Color
    • International Premiere
  • Aleppo’s Fall

    Nizam NAJAR
    • Norway, Denmark, France
    • 2017
    • 85min
    • DCP
    • Color
    • Korean Premiere
  • Babylonia, Mon Amour

    Pierpaolo VERDECCHI
    • Italy, Spain
    • 2017
    • 77min
    • DCP
    • B&W
    • Asian Premiere
  • Beautiful Things

    Giorgio FERRERO, Federico BIASIN
    • Italy
    • 2017
    • 96min
    • DCP
    • Color
    • Korean Premiere
  • Blowin’ Up

    Stephanie WANG-BREAL
    • USA
    • 2017
    • 97min
    • DCP
    • Color
    • Asian Premiere
  • DOEL

    Frederik SØLBERG
    • Denmark
    • 2017
    • 70min
    • DCP
    • Color
    • Asian Premiere
  • Pomelo

    TRAN Phuong Thao, Swann DUBUS
    • Vietnam
    • 2018
    • 75min
    • DCP
    • Color
    • World Premiere
  • The Rust

    SHIN Nari
    • Korea
    • 2018
    • 62min
    • DCP
    • Color
    • World Premiere
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