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4th Asian Docs Co-Production Network Project

Since 2015, the ‘Asian Docs Co-Production Network Project’ is having its fourth anniversary this year. Despite the critical conditions of the Pandemic, the filmmakers were able to collaborate online for two years, introducing their final product of four through this project during the festival. Young documentary producers from seven universities in five Asian countries, including Korea National University of Arts, Yonsei University, Yunnan University of China, Yunnan University of the Arts, Tainan National University of Arts, Taiwan, Komazawa University, Japan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Under the theme of ‘Life and Stories of Asia in the Pandemic Era,’ it will be a place to look at Asian culture from a new perspective and discover the true meaning of co-production that transcends language barriers.

4th Asian Docs Co-Production Network Project Public Presentation

At the public presentation of the 4th Asian Docs Co-Production Network Project, the common theme revolving around the four projects will be ‘Life and Stories of Asia in the Pandemic Era.’ Including topics of environment and the ecosystem, the delivery industry and the general well-being in life.

Pigeons are Talking South Korea(Yonsei University), Singapore(Nanyang Technological University), Taiwan(Tainan National College of the Art)
Riders Singapore(Nanyang Technological University), China(Yunnan University)
Teleporting South Korea(Korea National University of Arts), Japan(Komazawa University)
Little Happiness Taiwan(Tainan National College of the Art), China(Yunnan University)
  • Time : September 24th (Sat) 10:30
  • Venue : Megabox Baekseok
  • Moderator : JEON Gyu Chan (Professor, Korea National University of the Arts)
  • Content : 4thAsianDocsCo-ProductionNetworkProjectscreeningsandguestvisits.

4th Asian Docs Co-Production Network Project Forum

  • Time : September 24th (Sat) 14:30
  • Content : Academic presentations and panel roundtable
  • Theme : On possibility of multinational documentary production education: A case study of DMZ Asian Docs Co-Production Network