|Opening Film (1)||New Currents (22)|
|Asian Spectrum: Camera Is My Heart! (3)||Polemics: To love hot or to live hard (6)|
|A Life In Front of the Camera: Actress in Re/Action, KAGAWA Kyoko (8)||Queer Rainbow: Allure & Lust over Phobia (11)|
|Open Cinema (4)||Asian Short Film and Video Competition (26)|
|Documentary Ock Rang Award (1)||Multicultural Media Academy: Herstories and Visions (12)|
|Special Screening: The Murmuring - Resolving History While Still Breathing (3)||Special Screening: Barrier Free Screening, Promise for 10 Years (2)|
Synopsis Program Note
A drunken man and a woman battered by her husband, and her husband gather and make a fuss in the police substation. A young policeman who just broke up with his girlfriend cannot afford to listen to the drunken man. A middle-aged policeman is confused while inquiring the battered wife and her husband who can\'t understand why his wife left him. The police substation is lit up like a lighthouse at the corner of the city people are confined in, and the wave of the people\'s episodes flows like a river.
People in the police precinct office in the middle of the night are not well. There are a person who got caught for making trouble under influence, a
woman avoiding her husband’s violence, and a man yelling to bring his wife who avoided his beating back. However, the police officers who have to
listen to these not-well people and solve their problems have their own words to speak out. Then, where and how do they speak out? [LEE Angela]
LEE SukgyungLEE Sukgyung
Majoring in Women’s Studies, LEE worked as a feminist culture and arts organizer, commentator and editor until she entered KAFA at the age of 45 and started her career as a director. She received the NETPAC award at the 2009 Berlin International Film Festival with her first feature-length film The Day After and the Ockrang Award at the 14th Seoul International Women’s Film Festival with her feature documentary Wandering Stars. In 2014 she joined the production of omnibus feature What to Say with other female directors. She employs various styles of feminist filmmaking within her documentaries and feature films. She recently completed the feature-length documentary A Corner Shop.