|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)|
When mankind knew no such things as shame and fear, a snake comes along and unleashes a world of disquietude, fear, domination, and submission. After many years men have lived by rules and restrictions, there is a child who insists to stay naked. The child sees the invisible and reaches the untouchable. (Kim Hea-seung)
Han Byung-aHan Byung-a
Born in Boryung in 1975, Han majored in Animation at the Korean National University of Arts. The Strange Land (2002) is her first animation work.