The Korean Docs Showcase section screens 13 of the latest films exhibiting the current trends of Korean documentaries. The issue of space and feminism apparently drew substantial interest among filmmakers this year. The issue of redevelopment and migration has constantly received spotlight during the last few years in varying styles and forms of film. Including the film <I Want Zero.G: Glam Our>, which raises questions about the ‘masculine’ and the ‘feminine’ through the history of the 80s Glam Metal, documentary films of female directors portray the vital issue of feminism by externalizing voices of women and arousing relevant topics. Films dealing with the problem of non-regular workers, university unification policies, restructuring, and scrutiny of the ‘family archetype’ also allow us to look back on ourselves, and the society we belong to.

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