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12th DMZ Docs(2020)

I AM DOCU

On Documentary

This special program is a continuation of ‘Topography of Asian Documentary: 50 Voices of Korean Documentary’ that started out in 2019.
This year, it attempts to expand into the origins, genealogy, and author theory to lay the foundation for research in Asian and Korean documentaries.
First of all, it aims to refresh the spirit and attitude of documentarians with a special exhibition that outlines the work of the young mastermind from Japan, Soda Kazuhiro, who has established an unrivaled world of observational documentaries.
Furthermore, it aims to expand the history of Korean documentaries through a special program that outlines the history and significance of the Labor News Production, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Another special program is designed to introduce Italian documentaries, which are relatively less known in Korea.
The program focuses on the allegorical genealogy of Italian documentaries, centered on Pietro Marcello in hopes to provide a special discovery.

On Labor News Production

The Labor News Production is a very important link in the history of early Korean independent documentary. Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of the Labor News Production, the Cine Talk reflects upon its history from outside and within.

Date Sep 20 (SAT) 14:00, Cine Talk after screening Labor News Production Special: Shorts
Venue Megabox Baekseok 7 (MB7)
Speaker Park Jungmi, Bae In-jeong, Lee Ji Young(Labor News Production)
Byun Seongchan(Film Critic, Festival Advisor, DMZ Docs)
Lee Dohoon(Film Critic)

Parables of the Real: Three Italian Documentarists

The Cine Talk will discuss a parabolic genealogy of Italian documentary centered on the works of Pietro Marcello, who is the foremost pioneer of the 21st century film aesthetics.

Date Sep 18 (FRI) 14:30, Cine Talk after screening Luca Comerio's Kinemacolor Films + The Mouth of the Wolf
Venue Megabox Baekseok Comfort 6 (MBC6)
Speaker Yoo Un-Seong(Film Critic, Festival Advisor, DMZ Docs)

DMZ Docs X GFSA X THE KOREAN ASSOCIATION OF LITERATURE AND FILM

This year, DMZ Docs joins with GFSA, the Gyeonggi Film School Association comprised of 9 film schools and 4 arts high school in Gyeonggi-do, and the Korean Association of Literature and Film for a series of lecture programs. By establishing the foundation for the field of documentary in geographical, cultural, and industrial aspects, the program aims to expand the documentary audience and invigorate the documentary production of the younger generation.

Joint Program with GFSA

GFSA Student Jury

19 GFSA Student Juries comprised of 16 film school students and 3 high school students will select a work from this year’s Asian Competition. The selected will receive the Next Award and a cash prize of 3,000,000 KRW.

  • Kim Yun Kyung
    Kyoung Hee University
  • Kim Ji Won
    Kyoung Hee University
  • Kim Ji Hye
    Daejin University
  • Kim Bo Yong
    Daejin University
  • Son Hee Jung
    Dong-Ah Insitute Of Media And Arts
  • Choi Bo Myoung
    Dong-Ah Insitute Of Media And Arts
  • Oh Hye Seung
    Myoungji University
  • You I Su
    Myoungji University
  • Lim Ta Gyu
    Seoul Institute
  • Lim Yujin
    Seoul Institute Of The Arts
  • Kim Da Ye
    Sungkyul University
  • Choi Han Sol
    Sungkyul University
  • Lee Lin Ho
    The University of Suwon
  • Jeong Ka Hyeon
    The University of Suwon
  • Yoon Chae Wan
    Yong In University
  • Kim Gyung Jin
    Yong In University
  • Song Ki Cha
    Gyeonggi Arts High School
  • Park Yu Bin
    Kaywon High School of Arts
  • Lee Hyun Hwa
    Korea Animation High School

GFSA Faculty Forum

For this forum, GFSA film educators will gather for presentations and round tables to discuss how documentary production education is done in the field and envision what is can create. The forum is open to all, including the filmmakers, students, festival visitors, and the public.

Documentary-making Education: become a documentary director, not a YouTuber
Host Ryoo Hoon (Professor, Sungkyul University)
Speakers
  • Jisu Klaire Yoo (Professor, Yong-in University) - To where should the documentary camera aim towards in the world of selfies and web-cams?
  • Park Sungmin (Teacher, Korea Animation High School) - Why would students make documentaries?
  • Kim Kibong (Media education planner) - Three contexts of documentary education-how could that have happened?
  • Date Sep 20 (SUN) 14:00 - 17:00
    Venue DMZ Hall (Bella Citta B1, Salon Bella Citta)

    Joint Program with The Korean Association of Literature and Film

    The joint academic conference held with the Korean Association of Literature and Film asks questions about documentaries as a tool to represent reality in this challenging time of post-media, post-corona, and post-truth. In a new normal society characterized by its hyper-connectivity and loose solidarity, we aim to diagnose the reality of documentary production and its acceptance of reality.

    DMZ Docs Academy Forum “Post-media Era: Don’t Stop the Camera”

    The world is evolving from the existing values, ethical standards, institutions, and manners in this era of post-media and new contact-free world. It explores the current meaning of documentary as a medium in a time that everything is being overturned

    Date Sep 19 (SAT) 13:00-17:00
    Venue DMZ Hall (Bella Citta B1, Salon Bella Citta)
    Documentary industry and platform in times of COVID-19
    Host Jeong Minah (Professor, Sungkyul University)
    Speakers
  • Lee Taek-gwang (Professor, Kyunghee University) - New normal platform and documentary industry in PostCorona Era
  • Kwon Soojin (Media artist) - Post-Corona production: the time-adequate strategy of media archive, documentary, and arts
  • Discussion Jo Jihoon (Programmer, Muju Film Festival) , Jungsuh Sue Lim (Performance video artist)
    Session 2: Documentary representation in the era of post-truth
    Host Nam Soo-young (Professor, K-Arts)
    Speakers
  • Shim Hyowon (Lecturer, Kookmin University) - Case analysis of documentaries visualizing the global crisis: centered around the concept of invisibility and the Anthropocene
  • Lee Nara (Research Professor, DEU Cinema & Transmedia Institute) - From infection documentary to infection of documentary: camera that confines, camera that connects
  • Discussion Lee Changmin (Lecturer, K-Arts), Kang Kyoung-lae (Professor, SEOULTECH)