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6th(2004)

Asian Short Film & Video Competition

The Asian Short Film and Video Competition is facing its fourth year, and has expanded to all of Asia for the discovery, cultivation and solidarity of young Asian women filmmakers. 181 films from various countries including Korea, China, India, Israel, Japan, Singapore and Taiwan, have been submitted. One trait of this year’s competition is the striking advance of feature films. The works have proved the infinite potential of young women filmmakers through their extraordinary range of imagination, fresh visual expression and solid direction.
Grand Prize
  • <Feel Good Story> / Director LEE Kyoung-mi(Korea)

First Prize
  • <I Want to Invite You> / Director KIM A-young(Korea)

  • <The Island of Mine> / Director WANG I-hua(Taiwan)

People's Choice
  • <Feel Good Story> / Director LEE Kyoung-mi(Korea)

Preliminary Juries
  • Kim Hye-seung
  • Lim Sung-min
  • Kwon Eun-sun
Jury of Finals
  • Ohtake Yoko
  • Aysegul Oguz
  • Chai Yoon-hee
  • Kim Young-ok
  • Moon So-ri

IF Award

The if Award is given to a new Korean filmmaker whose work is progressive and shows a new vision of women’s roles, among all the filmmakers whose work is featured in this year’s WFFIS. Trophy and cash prize of 1,000,000 won.
Awardees
  • <Invisible Light> / Director Gina Kim(Korea)

Women’s News Award

Intent on supporting the practices of feminism through filmmaking, the Women’s News Award is given to one of the collectives or individuals whose works are featured in the Feminist Film and Video Activism section. Trophy and cash prize 1,000,000 won
Awardees
  • <Salt - Korean Railway Women Workers Story > / Director PARK Jeong-suk(Korea)

  • <Forgotten Warriors> / Director KIM Jin-yeul(Korea)

Documentary Ock Rang Award

As the incubator for women’s film professionals, WFFIS, in collaboration with the Ockrang Cultural Foundation (noted for its close involvement with progressive Korean cultural activities) provides a new project to provide a stable production system for women documentary filmmakers. These works strive to develop alternative views and sensibilities toward the world and suggest a positive model of women through visual media. A maximum of 10 million won will be awarded to support more than one film project per year and will be screened at the following 7th WFFIS.
Awardees
  • <The Eldest Daughter-in-law (Tentative Title)> / Director JOUNG Ho-hyun(Korea)

Jury
  • KIM Eun-sil
  • Park Chan-wook
  • Nam In-young