|Opening Film (1)||New Currents (18)|
|Asian Spectrum: Chinese Women’s Cinema in the New Century (6)||Polemics: The Places (8)|
|Ani-x: Dream, Mind and Reality in Animation (36)||Korean Cinema Retrospective: Seoul Flâneuses (10)|
|Queer Rainbow: the Q word (7)||Open Cinema (4)|
|Asian Short Film & Video Competition (16)||Dacumentary Ock Rang Award (1)|
|Media Workshop for Women Migrants: Salad Woman with a Camera of Hope (8)|
An old woman reminisces about her childhood and her experience of the circumstances involved with giving birth in the early 20s. Memories appear like flotsam and jetsam on an unregulated narrative stream, mingle with short-lived visual or acoustic stimuli—and then become hazy.
An animated documentary in which the drawing was made directly on the strip of 35mm film in the spirit of jazz. The old Olga reminisces about her childhood. Memories appear hazily like flotsam and jetsam. The story flows along the stream of consciousness, uninterrupted. The brushstrokes move like a pulse. The film shows excitedly twitching notes of a saxophone, the old woman‘s voice over spoken in a broad dialect, sensory impressions and the fragments of memories. (CHO Hye-young)
Sabine GROSCHUPSabine GROSCHUP
Sabine GROSCHUP who earned a reputation in Korea by participating in Sound Effects Seoul 2007 and International Sound Symposium, is an artist and a director.