This section, sponsored by the Korea Broadcasting Art School, is dedicated to Korean female filmmakers in her teens. Thirty-one films were submitted, which was the highest number of submissions ever, and seven films were selected as finalists after preliminary selection. This year’s submissions, appropriating diverse topics and genres, give a glimpse of contemporary teenagers’ point of view, those that are well versed in film language and visual culture. Experimental films and documentaries especially stood out this year. The submissions cover various topics in both social and familial realms, such as issues of intimacy—monologue disclosure of educational practices, love and friendship, bullies, poverty, gender discrimination, contradictory family systems, animal rights, disability and handicap—to social relationships. The finalists were selected for their cinematic execution in which their views and concerns are inscribed. During the festival, the teenage female audience jury called “I-teens” will watch the finalist works, and select two for the “Korea Broadcasting Art School I-Teens Award”. The two selected works will be awarded a trophy and prize money of 500 thousand KRW, and also a 2 million KRW scholarship if they choose to apply and attend the Korea Broadcasting Art School.