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8th DMZ Docs(2016)

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DMZ Docs Fund Events

1. The Public Presentation of the DMZ Docs Fund

  • Qualifications for Documentary funds ‘The DMZ Docs Funds for Production’ is distributed to Korean or Asian feature-length documentary (9projects), Daemyung Culture Factory Funds (1project), New Directors‘ Documentary Project (5 projects), and DMZ Documentary Project (2 projects), and a total of 300 million Korean won will be provided to the best projects selected from the entries submitted.
  • Events This event is to present 22 documentary projects from Korea and Asia that passed the preliminary examination to the public. The public presentation will take place for two days divided into three parts as Feature-Length Documentary Projects DMZ Documentary Project and New Directors Documentary Project, and the selected works will be announced after the presentation. It gives an opportunity to figure out Asia and Asian documentary of the present day through documentary projects in production or in the planning stage from Korea and Asia.
  • Date & Time September 25 (SUN) 14:00
    September 26 (MON) 13:30
  • Venue Megabox Pajubookcity 7

2. The Final Selection Announcement and the Awards Ceremony

  • Events The Final Selection Announcement of the 8th DMZ Docs Fund and the Awards Ceremony
  • Date & Time September 27 (TUE) 19:00
  • Venue Nearby Megabox Baekseok

3. Asian Docs Co-Production Network Project

  • Events After screening the films of Asian Docs Co-Production Network, a collaboration project with the film schools and film festivals from the four teams in Asia, it will be held an event to present and evaluate the planning and production process of the films, and then explore the possibilities to consider Asia as an intellectual community.
  • Date & Time September 27 (TUE) 10:30, after screening the films of Asian Docs Co-Production Network <I’m Asian>
  • Venue Megabox Baekseok Table M
  • Panel Kim Don-won텷eon Gyu-chan (Professor of K’arts), Yasuoka Takaharu (JIMI), Tsai Chin-tong텰hen pin jiun (Professor of TNNUA), Choi In-a (K’arts), Misawa Takuya (JIMI), Bao Manhua (Tongji Univ.), Wu Tsung-hsien (TNNUA), Chang Se-yun (Northeast Asian History Foundation), Li Xin (Yunnan Arts University)

4. The Distribution of Documentary, Theatrical Releasing and other Possibilities

  • Events A forum to discuss the strategy for distribution of the documentary that has contacted the audience by two ways of screening, theatrical releasing and community screening. It offers a chance to explore the possibilities and limitations inherent in theatrical releasing and the possibilities of community screening and community cinema in the current situation that is almost impossible to release of documentary films in theaters.
  • Date & Time September 27 (TUE) 15:00
  • Venue Megabox Baekseok Table M
  • Panel Kim Nam-hun (Chief Director of ‘Mogeukjang’ Cooperative), Kim Cheol-min (Director of The Anxious Day Out), Kim Han-eul (Documentary distributor Cinemadal), H?l?ne Coppel (Director of Documentaire Sur Grand ?cran)

DMZ Docs EDU

The DMZ International Documentary Film Festival operates the program ‘DMZ Docs EDU’ that combines the education and the documentary, focusing on educational aspects of the documentary. It holds the Education Programs such as ‘Group Viewings Program’ and ‘Docs Essay Contest’ during the Festival, and it has also the Year-round Education Programs such as ‘DMZ Docs Youth Documentary Production Workshop’, ‘Open Lecture Docs’, ‘Visiting Special Lecture Docs’ and so on. ‘DMZ Docs EDU’ provides the fields of educational experiences to learn the human rights and the value of diversity through the documentary.

Education Programs during the Festival

1. Group Viewings Program

  • Content Educational program for widening one’s thought after watching documentaries covering diverse values like peace, human rights and communication together and taking related lectures.
  • Participants Middle-high schools, individual middle-high school students and university students wanting to participate in the program, communities interested in the documentary etc.
  • Date September 23 (FRI) ? 28 (WED)
  • Venue Megabox Baekseok, Megabox Pajubookcity, Gimpo Arts Hall

Program & Schedule

The way to fight for my dream
  • Content To share the way to pursue the dream as a sport man and map out one’s career path.
  • Lecturer Kim Nam-hoon (Professional Wrestler)
  • Date September 23 (FRI) 10:30-12:00 in Meagabox Baekseok 3
    September 27 (TUE) 11:00-12:30 in Meagabox Baekseok 3
The refugees and the conflicts, a connection with the issue inside our community
  • Content To develop sensitivity to the human rights, without separating me from us and considering others as an object, regarding international issues of the human rights.
  • Lecturer Kim Seung-hwan (Peace Education Project MOMO)
  • Date September 23 (FRI) 10:30-12:00 in Meagabox Baekseok 7
    September 23 (FRI) 15:00-16:30 in Gimpo Arts Hall
Look for the vision and design it (VIVALDI)
  • Content To have self-confidence in which ‘I can do it’ regarding the career path and dream.
  • Lecturer Lee Chang-hyun (Outside professor of Daegu Technical Univ.)
  • Date September 23 (FRI) 11:00-12:30 in Megabox Baekseok 2
    September 27 (TUE) 14:10-15:40 in Megabox Pajubookcity
To join the Avengers ‘World Citizen’ :
STEP I ? to approach the UN and the global issues
  • Content To promote global citizenship and to store up recognition and knowledge about the UN and the global issues.
  • Lecturer Han Jae-yoon (Co-President of ICUNIA)
  • Date September 23 (FRI) 14:00-15:30 in Megabox Baekseok 2
Different from each other, however trying to living together
  • Content To learn the attitude of respecting the difference and to talk about the importance to coexist with others
  • Lecturer Lee Jung-eun (Director of Solidarity for Asian Human Rights and Culture)
  • Date September 27 (TUE) 13:30-15:00 in Megabox Baekseok 3
    September 27 (TUE) 14:10-15:40 in Megabox Baekseok 2
The human rights, the connection between you and me
  • Content To talk about what is discrimination and to cultivate the perspective into the human rights
  • Lecturer Kim Ra-hyun (Human rights education activist)
  • Date September 26 (MON) 14:00-15:30 in Megabox Baekseok 2
The civilization occupies the culture
  • Content To respect and recognize each respective culture of others
  • Lecturer Kim Sang-hwa (Chief Commissioner of Busan International Kids&Youth Film Festival)
  • Date September 27 (TUE) 11:00-12:30 in Megabox Baekseok 2
    September 28 (WED) 10:15-11:45 in Megabox Baekseok 2
Career exploration. Start by finding Me-self confidence
  • Content To understand myself and make a blueprint for my career path
  • Lecturer An Tae-il (Teacher of Moowon High School)
  • Date September 27 (TUE) 13:30-15:00 in Megabox Baekseok 3
The refugees, our neighbor immigrants
  • Content To regard the problems that the refugees and the immigrants experience in perspective with human rights
  • Lecturer Kim Dae-kwon (President of Friends of Asia)
  • Date September 27 (TUE) 13:30-15:00 in Megabox Baekseok 7
    September 28 (WED) 14:00-15:30 in Megabox Baekseok 2
Are we more peaceful than Tefik? : Peace through War
  • Content To have the courage to face the conflict and respect
    the difference for peace
  • Lecturer Shin Ki-cheol (Chief of Human rights & Peace research institute)
  • Date September 28 (WED) 10:15-11:45 in Megabox Baekseok 3
The young people see the peace through the movies
  • Content To define and discuss the peace, after sharing an appreciation of a film
  • Lecturer Cho Jin-hwa (Chief Director of CINE COOP)
  • Date September 23 (FRI) 14:30-16:00 in Megabox Pajubookcity 8
    September 28 (WED) 14:00-15:30 in Megabox Baekseok 3
Leafie, A Hen into the Wild , how had it been made?
(Regarding the production of animations)
  • Content To observe and understand the production of animations after watching an animation documentary film
  • Lecturer Oh Sung-yun (Director of Animation Leafie, A Hen into the Wild )
  • Date September 23 (FRI) 11:00-12:30 in Megabox Pajubookcity 1
To see another world through the movies
  • Content To cultivate a new perspective to see the world through the cinema
  • Lecturer Cheong Sun-im (Korea Press Foundation)
  • Date September 23 (FRI) 14:00-15:30 in Megabox Pajubookcity 2
Global color life story
  • Content To develop global citizenship to respect the diversity of the culture
  • Lecturer Heo Sung-hee (President of Korea Book Networks)
  • Date September 23 (FRI) 14:20-15:50 in Megabox Pajubookcity 1
The world needs peace
  • Content To think about the importance of peace and the peace in the everyday life
  • Lecturer Chung Ju-jin (Center for Peace & Conflict Resolution)
  • Date September 23 (FRI) 10:00-11:30 in Gimpo Arts Hall
No one leaves home unless home is the mouth of a shark
  • Content To look for the life of the refugees, our neighbor immigrants and think about our neighbor immigrants through films
  • Lecturer Lee Mahbub (President of M&M International Film)
  • Date September 23 (FRI) 12:30-14:00 in Gimpo Arts Hall

2. Docs Essay Contest

  • Content After watching a selected documentary, participants freely write an essay
  • Participants Middle-high school students from all the country including the youth about the same age.
  • Date September 24 (SAT) ? 25 (SUN)
  • Venue The information desk of Docs Essay Contest in Megabox Baekseok, Megabox Pajubookcity
  • Sector Essay in Korean(middle-high school students),
    Essay in English(high school students only)
  • Awards The Gyeonggi Province Governor’s Award, The Gyeonggi Superintendant of Education Award, The Goyang City Mayor’s Award, The Paju City Mayor’s Award, KEB Hana Bank’s Award etc.

Year-round Education Programs

DMZ Docs Youth Documentary Production Workshop

In order to vitalize documentary production by the youth, ‘DMZ Docs Youth Documentary Production Workshop’ was initiated in 2011. The participants make a documentary and the films that they would complete will be shown during the Festival.

Open Lecture ‘Docs’

Open Lecture ‘Docs’, that the DMZ International Documentary Film Festival presents newly this year, is a new attempt combining humane studies and documentary, and aims to give opportunity to see everyday themes with new perspectives through the documentary. Open Lecture ‘Docs’ is free and open to anyone with an interest in humane studies or documentary, and is set to be held periodically.

Visiting Special Lecture Docs

‘Visiting Special Lecture Docs’, the DMZ International Documentary Film Festival presents, is an education program that documentary directors, producers and relevant experts visit schools, libraries, youth centers, community organizations, local communities, etc. and deliver a variety of lectures.

  • Operation period Year-round
  • Application condition Nonprofit organization such as schools, libraries, youth centers, community organizations, etc.
  • Application procedure Submission of the application at the Festival website(www.dmzdocs.com) (available up to a month prior to the desired date)

Program Events

Docs Choice

1. Docs Choice with Yozoh

  • Events A talk time with Yozoh about books and bookstores. She is a singer-songwriter, actress, radio DJ and also owner of a bookstore named ‘Musa’ at Gye-dong, Jongro-gu. It is a chance to talk about the life and the ways to
    love books with Yozoh, through three documentaries dealing with books and
    bookstores.
  • Date September 24 (SAT) 16:00, after screening Docs Choice Shorts
    ( Poetries from the Bookstores + Welcome to My Queer Bookstore )
  • Venue Megabox Pajubookcity 3
  • Panel Yozoh (Singer-songwriter)
  • Moderator Oh Eun (Poet)

2. Docs Choice with Geun-jun Lim a.k.a Chung-woo Lee

  • Events A special talk on art with Geun-jun Lim a.k.a. Chungwoo Lee. This event is designed to focus on an aspect of the modern art world in New York of the 1970s and ’80s and to look at the creative process of artists through the documentaries devoted to the life of contemporary artists and photographers and art schools. It also allows us to reflect on the current art education system through the documentary dealing with a famous art school.
  • Date September 25 (SUN) 17:00, after screening Gerhard Richter-Painting
  • Venue Megabox Pajubookcity 1
  • Panel Geun-jun Lim a.k.a Chung-woo Lee (Art critic)

3. Docs Choice with Fujii Takeshi

  • Events ‘Sanrizuka Series’ revisited with Fujii Takeshi. Japanese documentary master Ogawa Shinsuke had recorded the local struggle against the
    building of Narita International Airport in the 1960s and ’70s as ‘Sanrizuka
    Series’. Fujii Takeshi recalls these series to ask about the way that we look
    at the current and rising local struggles against the authority of the
    central government.
  • Date September 26 (MON) 19:00, after screening Summer in Narita Venue Megabox Baekseok 3
  • Venue Fujii Takeshi (Researcher of The Institute for Korean Historical Studies)

Talk

1. Reading, Watching and Talking!

  • Events The eighty days of journey that the father going blind and his daughter had taken through China, Japan and Russia, to find traces of the independence activists. Their journey was made into a book Jumping on the Peace Train without Ticket in 80 Days and a documentary The Orchid and
    the Sword . ‘Book+ Cinema Talk’ with writer Chung Da-hun and director
    Lim Gyung-hee, close friends and ‘chroniclers’. Let’s meet two young
    people with great ardor who try to ‘remember’ people that have made
    history for today.
  • Date September 24 (SAT) 19:30, after screening The Orchid and the Sword
  • Venue Megabox Pajubookcity 1
  • Panel Lim Gyung-hee (Director of The Orchid and the Sword ), Chung Da-hun (Author of Jumping on the Peace Train without Ticket in 80 Days ) Co-Host
    Booksea Publishing

2. The Lives and Struggles of Two Second-generation Korean-Japanese Documentarists

  • Events Park Su-nam of The Silence and Kim Im-man of Yongwanggung: Memories from Across the Water , two second-generation Korean-Japanese
    documentary directors have a time to share their lives and the experiences
    that they had as documentarists with Korean-Japanese professor Cho Kyung-hee.
  • Date September 26 (MON) 18:30 after screening The Silence Venue Megabox Baekseok 8
  • Panel Park Su-nam (Director of The Silence ), Kim Im-man
    (Director of Yongwanggung: Memories from Across the Water ),
    Cho Kyung-hee (Professor of Institute for East Asian Studies at
    SungKongHoe Univ.)

3. Nuclear Mafia Out, Good Electricity OK!

  • Events Who is the ‘nuclear mafia’? Do we need ‘nuclear power plants’? DMZ Docs prepares a time for talking about energy democracy, energy policy and
    good electricity with the audience, after screening The Nuclear Mafia. Summer 2016 suffering from the heat wave and the progressive stage system of electricity charges, the event provides an opportunity to learn about what has happened behind the scenes.
  • Date September 26 (MON) 19:30, after screening The Nuclear Mafia
  • Venue Megabox Baekseok 2
  • Panel Ha Seung-su (Co-Chief of Green party operation committee), Kim Hwan-tae (Director of The Nuclear Mafia )

4. Silence, Beckoning of Peace and Healing

  • Events How much are we exposed without protection to everyday noises in a big city? A special talk program invites the audience to share the meaning of the silence, a language of zero decibels, for modern people tired of the sound and noise in everyday life.
  • Date September 27 (TUE) 18:30, after screening In Pursuit of Silence
  • Venue Megabox Pajubookcity 3
  • Panel Patrick Shen (Director of In Pursuit of Silence ), Ha Do-gyeom (Columnist)
    Co-Host U.S Embassy Korea

5. 남Young North and South Koreans, Let’s Get Together! ‘Tofu Rice’ Talk !

  • Events Is the unification such a great thing? A theme too delicate to deal with, the unification. Accordingly, we provide a chance to share the special North Korean food ‘Tofu Rice’ and learn about each other for young men from the South and the North of Korea together.
  • Date September 27 (TUE) 19:00
  • Venue Megabox Baekseok 5F Open M
  • Panel Uhm Esther(President of UNI Seed), Cho Hyun-jun(Director of Yellow Wind ), Choi Yun-hyeon (President of Choiguevara Company) Co-Host Choiguevara Company

Lecture

1. Approaching to a Beauty of Death

  • Events A special event to watch Twilight of a Life that depicts a story of the 95-year-old mother diagnosed with late-stage lung cancer and her son
    spending her last days together, and then to talk about aging with Koh Gwang-ae, a writer specializing in the problem of the aged.
  • Date September 24 (SAT) 13:00, after screening Twilight of a Life
  • Panel Koh Gwang-ae
    (Author of We Need to Know proper Etiquette for Successful Aging )

2. Ogawa Shinsuke and Postwar Japanese Documentary

  • Events A special lecture on the Postwar Japanese Documentary by professor Markus Nornes. He will discourse on the trajectory of documentary theory and practice in Japan and, by extension, in other parts of Asia, through the interviews with the members of Ogawa Productions, one of Japan’s bestknown documentary film collectives, and through the analysis of Ogawa Productions’ films and the Post-war Japanese Documentary.
  • Date September 28 (WED) 18:30, after screening Summer in Narita
  • Venue Megabox Baekseok 3
  • Panel Markus Nornes (Professor of Asian cinema at the University of Michigan) Co-Host U.S Embassy Korea

Forum

1. Comfort Women of Japanese Imperial Army: In Between the Documentation and Memories

  • Events The Special Focus section gives an opportunity to figure out how the issue of Comfort Women would be connected across borders of Asian countries and how women’s experiences would be connected with each other in the violence of the wartime, with the documentary films devoted to the Comfort Women in China, Korea and Taiwan. And in the forum ‘Comfort Women of Japanese imperial army: In Between the documentation and Memories’, as a part of the Special Focus section, the panels will discuss on the relations and the distance between the historical records and the memories regarding the Comfort Women of Japanese imperial army by asking the questions about how the documentation and memories are produced and exploring whether gaps or oppositions opened up between them.
  • Date September 26 (MON) 16:00
  • Venue Megabox Baekseok 7
  • Moderator Kimshin Hyun-gyung (Research fellow of Korean Women’s Institute Ewha Womans Univ., Member of Youngheeya Nolja) Panel Yun Myung-suk
    (Visiting fellow of Shanghai Normal Univ., Author of Korean “Comfort
    Women ” and the “ Comfort Stations ” System by the Japanese Imperial
    Army, Park Su-nam (Director of The Silence ), Doi Toshikuni (Director
    of Living with the “Memories” ), Guo Ke (Director of 22 ( Twenty Two )),
    Kyung Soon (Director of Red Maria 2) <Red Maria 2>
  • Special Screening Date September 23 (FRI) 15:00-16:40
  • Venue Megabox Baekseok 7

2. Today’s Documentary Film in Korea: Genre, History and Medium

  • Events A forum to examine the changed features and situations of the Korean documentary from a variety of views such as esthetics, media, history,
    industry and so on and to talk about the recent issues of the documentary,
    along with the book Today’s Documentary Film in Korea: Genre, History and
    Medium published to focus on new currents of the Korean Documentary
    after the 2000s.
  • Date September 28 (WED) 15:00
  • Venue Megabox Baekseok 8
  • Moderator Nam In-young (Professor of Im Kwon Taek College of Film and Media Arts History at Dongseo University) Presentation Jeong Min-a (Film critic), Cho Hye-young (SIWFF Programmer), Lee Seung-min (Film critic)
  • Discussion Nam Su-young (Professor of Korea National University of Arts),
    Steven Wook Heo (Professor of Yong-In University) Co-Host
    Im Kwon-taek college of Film and Entertainment Art
    at Dongseo University

Festival Events

Opening Ceremony

A ceremony attended by Korean and international documentary filmmaking professionals to declare the 8th DMZ International Documentary Film Festival open.

  • Date September 22 (THU) 19:00
  • Venue Camp Greaves Gym in Paju DMZ
  • Events Grand opening of the 8th DMZ International Documentary Film Festival Introduction of this year’s festival ambassadors and jury members
    Screening of this year’s opening film
  • Opening Film One Warm Spring Day
    Jeong Su-eun | Korea | 2016│83min

Closing Ceremony

The official closing ceremony of the 8th DMZ International Documentary Film Festival.

  • Date September 29 (THU) 19:00
  • Venue Megabox Baekseok M
  • Events Presenting awards to the winners of competition sections and
    Docs Essay Contest
    Declaring the festival closed
    Screening the closing film

DMZ Docs & Music Concert

A preliminary event to celebrate the 8th DMZ International Documentary Film Festival, based on the theme ‘peace’, ‘life’, and ‘communication’. Singer Jeon In-kwon will open the concert, followed by Hana Reunification Choir and Lindenbaum Festival Ensemble.

  • Date September 18 (SUN) 16:00 ? 17:40
  • Venue Aram Concert Hall, Goyang Aram Nuri Arts Center
  • Events Screening the official trailer of the 8th DMZ International Documentary
    Film Festival along with short documentary films
    Performances of invited musicians and a talk show about documentary films
  • Performer Jeon In-kwon, Lindenbaum Festival Ensemble, Hana Reunification Choir
  • Films Drawing For Better Dreams May Odeh, Dia Azzeh | Palestinian territories | 2015 | 4min
    Asylum Child. Tefik, When You Fall, You Get Back up Again
    Jannik Hastrup | Denmark | 2014 | 10min

DMZ Sleepover Tour

An experience program of an overnight-stay at the DMZ is open only to participants of the Opening Ceremony of the 8th DMZ International Documentary Film Festival with reservations in advance.

  • Date September 22 (THU) 16:00 ? September 23 (FRI) 13:00
  • Course Camp Greaves → Dorasan Station → Dora Observatory → The 3rd Tunnel
  • Target The festival’s domestic and international guests and the public Fee 20,000KRW per person (2 meals, transportation, and entry fee included)
  • Events Joining the Opening Ceremony
    Staying at a youth hostel in Camp Greaves
    Taking a tour of Dora Observatory & The 3rd Tunnel

DMZ Fam Tour

A Tour Program for documentary filmmakers from Korea and abroad to experience the area of DMZ, set in order to promote the DMZ internationally.

  • Date 1st: September 25 (SUN) 09:00 ? 13:00
    2nd: September 27 (TUE) 09:00 ? 13:00
  • Course Dorasan Station → Dora Observatory → The 3rd Tunnel → Camp Greaves
  • Target The festival’s domestic and international guests
  • Events A tour of Dora Observatory, The 3rd Tunnel and Camp Greaves

DMZ Peace Bicycle Tour

※ The event is linked with DMZ Fam Tour(September 25)

A bicycle tour with Korean and international documentary filmmakers to wish peace

  • Date September 25 (SUN) 13:00 ? 16:00
  • Course Imjingak → Tongilchon Three-way Intersection → Chopyeongdo →
    Majeong-ri → Imjingak(17.2Km in total)
  • Target The festival’s domestic and international guests and the public Fee
    10,000KRW per person, 3,000KRW for equipment rental (bike and helmet)

Special Outdoor Screening

The 8th DMZ International Documentary Film Festival’s Special Outdoor Screening Program for local residents in Civilian Control Line. Sponsored by Korean Film Archive(KOFA).

  • Date September 27 (TUE) 19:00 ? 20:00
  • Venue Yonkang Art Gallery
  • Target Local residents and Soldiers within the boundaries of the DMZ
  • Films Alive&Kicking : The Soccer Grannies of South Africa
    Lara-Ann de Wet | South Africa, USA | 2015 | 20min
    Albatross Sverre Kvamme | Norway | 2016 | 26min

DMZ PoCha Lounge

A Pojangmacha (cart bar) run by the DMZ International Documentary Film Festival as a socializing venue for both domestic and international documentary filmmakers.

  • Date September 23 (FRI) ? 28 (WED) 20:00 ? 26:00
  • Venue Nearby Megabox Baekseok
  • Target Holders of the guest badge of the 8th DMZ International
    Documentary Film Festival

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