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16th(2014)

Asian Short Film & Video Competition

The only competitive section of IWFFIS, ‘Asian Short Film & Video Competition’ screens short films woman filmmakers in Asia. As well as encouraging networking among outstanding young Asian woman filmmakers, it has successfully discovers new talents. In 2014, a new award names ‘I-TEENS AWARD’ has been launched for the purpose of discovering talented woman filmmakers in their teens. It is selected by IWFFIS’s teenage audience jury, ‘I-TEENS AWARD’.
Sungjoo Grand Prize
  • <Niagara> / Director HAYAKAWA Chie(Japan)

Sungjoo First Prize
  • <MJ> / KIM Hee-jin(Korea)

  • <Midnight Sun> / Director 강지숙(Korea)

Sungjoo People's Choice
  • <MJ> / Director KIM Hee-jin (Korea)

Sungjoo People's Choice
Special Mention
  • <Sprout > / Director 윤가은 (Korea)

I-Teens Award
  • <Jeon Young Venus> / Director KANG Seo-lim(Korea)

I-Teens상
Special Mention
  • <Comma> / Director Sung Na-yeon (Korea)

Preliminary Juries
  • Jay SOHN
  • HWANG Miyojo
  • SHIN A-ga
Jury of Finals
  • Pecha LO
  • KIM Hyun-gyung
  • JI Dan
  • LEE Hyuk-sang

Pitch&Catch

Designed to discover and foster talented female filmmakers, Pitch & Catch consists of two parts; ‘Feature Film Pitch & Catch’ supports the planning and development of feature films, and ‘Documentary Pitch & Catch’ supports the production of documentary films. Pitch & Catch is the most successful program of its kind, having produced results that are unmatched by any other open pitching program. Over the past four years, feature films Two Wedding and a Funeral, Miss Conspirator, Grape Candy, and The Ethics of Anger as well as documentaries Wandering Stars, 2 Lines, Nora Noh, The Empire of Shame and My Father’s Emails have been released in theaters. The 16th IWFFIS will screen the world premiere of Visual Applause, the winner of the Ock Rang Award and the Audience Award in 2013. Three feature films that participated in Pitch & Catch in the past, The Cat Funeral, Coinlocker Girl, and You Belong Here either recently finished filming or are in pre-production. Through the open call last March, proposals for 51 feature films and 22 documentaries were submitted. Of these, 6 feature films and 5 documentaries were selected after a vigorous preliminary evaluation. During the Pitch & Catch LAB program, this year’s finalists will receive training and advice on how to develop and pitch their projects, and they will be given opportunities to meet film industry professionals at open pitching events throughout the festival.
Feature Film
Megabox Award
  • <Secret Palace>

Feature Film
Audience Award
  • <Man from Nowhere>

Documentary
Ock Rang Award
  • <Holy Working Day>

Documentary
Starteast Digital Laboratory Award
  • <Hey, you~>

Audience Award
  • <Hey, you~>

Jury