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14th(2012)

Asian Short Film & Video Competition

The only competition section of IWFFIS which awards the USD 17,000 prizes in total and the Mary Kay Award to winners. This year, valuable 17 films among 344 entries from 22 countries have been selected to be in the competition for Awards.
MaryKay Grand Prize
  • <Lights in the Dusk > / Director YU Eun-jeong(Korea)

MaryKay First Prize
  • <There Is Something in the Air> / Iram GHUFRAN(India)

  • <Kung Fu Grandma> / Director PARK Jeong-one(UK)

People's Choice
  • <Anesthesia> / Director KIM Souk-young (Korea), LUO Yi(UK, China)

Preliminary Juries
  • HWANG Miyojo
  • KIM Hye-young
  • SHIN Su-won
Jury of Finals
  • SAITO Ayako
  • Leena MANIMEKALAI
  • KWON In-sook
  • BOO Ji-young
  • KIM Jong-kwan

Pitch&Catch

Open pitching programs have surfaced as a new trend in today\'s Korean film industry. Among them, IWFFIS\'s Pitch&Catch\'s achievement in leading a project from its incubation to its production has been the most noteworthy. With the past two Pitch&Catch, it established itself as a successful pitching program with an astonishing achievement of the following projects being produced by 2012: Two Weddings and a Funeral directed by KIMCHO Kwang-su; Miss Conspirator , a film directed by PARK Cheol-gwan; Grape Candy directed by KIM Hee-jung. Also, activities of the award winners of the documentary section is closely followed through the February 9, 2012 theater releases of 2 Lines directed by Jimin, and the world premier of Wandering Stars directed by LEE Sookkyung scheduled for the festival. Under the motto of \"discovering and fostering female film projects\", the 3rd Pitch&Cath will showcase open pitching sessions for planning and development of feature films, for production support of documentaries, and for production support of short animation films, which is a new addition to the program. Last February, through an intense preliminary evaluation process, 3 feature films, 3 documentaries, and 1 short animation film were selected in the end. Directors of the selected projects will participate in \"Pitch&Catch LAB\", which consists of mentoring on film production and training on pitching, and will be introduced to film industry people through an open pitching session during the film festival in April. Afterwards, an opportunity for private business meetings will be offered. In addition, through the onsite, final evaluation, the best projects will receive 40 million KRW.
Feature Film
Artreon Award Grand
  • <You Belong Here> / Director KANG Heayun(Korea)

Feature Film
Seoul Women's Vision Award
  • <You Belong Here> / Director KANG Heayun(Korea)

Feature Film
Artreon First Prize
  • <I Can See Clearly Now> / Director SHIN Eun-young(Korea)

  • <Novelist of Our Times> / Director KIM Bo-jeong(Korea)

Feature Film
Audience Award
  • <You Belong Here> / Director KANG Heayun(Korea)

Documentary
Ock Rang Award
  • <The Empire of Shame> / Director HONG Li-gyeong(Korea)

Documentary
Audience Award
  • <The Empire of Shame> / Director HONG Li-gyeong(Korea)

Short Animation
Kokdu Award
  • <You Were So Precious> / Director BAEK Mi-young(Korea)

Jury

I-Teens

An award chosen by I-TEENS, teenage juries.
Awardees
  • <Tomboy > / Director Celine SCIAMMA(France)

Jury

GS Caltex

An award for the two best films with the community and family themes chosen by audience. A trophy and the support fund for archiving in and tour screening (equivalent to KRW 5,000,000) by IWFFIS Media Education Dpt.
Awardees
  • <A School that Was Learning in the Moonlight> / Director OTA Naoko(Japan)

  • <Pink Ribbons Inc.> / Director Lea POOL(Canada)

Jury