|Opening Film (1)||New Currents (36)|
|Deep Focus : Feminist Experimental Film/Video (25)||Korean Cinema Retrospective : Femme Fatale of a Thousand Faces, Do Kum-bong (4)|
|Asian Cinema: Filipina Cinema Panorama (9)||Focus on Léa Pool (6)|
|Feminist Film and Video Activism (15)||Asian Short Film & Video Competition (18)|
|Documentary Ock Rang Award (2)||Special Screening (1)|
‘Trilemma’ means ‘three agonies’. A film about a moment when you suddenly realize that you are boxed in and controlled by social norms and economic structures, and the struggle to break free from such confinements. Fuzzy images and shadows are effectively used to express this psychology.
Cho Ye-wonCho Ye-won
Born in Seoul, Cho earned a BFA in Sculpture and a BFA and MFA in Visual Communication design from Seoul National University and studied Computer Art at the School of Visual Arts. Trilemma was screened at numerous International Animation Festivals.