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  • Opening Film

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  • Polemics: Technofeminism - Women, Science & SF

  • Feminist Film Classics

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  • Barrier Free Screening

  • An ICON of Korean Film History, PARK Nam-ok

  • In Memory of KIM Sun-min

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Special Screenings

 

Competition Program

 

Barrier Free Screening

The 19th Seoul International Women’s Film Festival will be screening the barrier-free version of Ori Ume. Created by putting the words “barrier” and “free” together, ‘Barrier-Free’ is a terminology that is familiar in the field of architecture. It means breaking of physical and institutional walls harming lives of the disabled, for example by installing evaluators for wheelchairs on buildings higher than two-story and by building a slope in public places for better accessibility. “Barrier-Free” films allow individuals with visual and hearing impairments to enjoy the films by featuring audio narrations and closed-captions. Director YIM Soon-rye, who directed Forever the Moment, The Whistleblower and is currently preparing the film Little Forest, participated in the production of the barrier-free version of this film. Breaking the wall in minds, this Barrier-Free screening aims to win the hearts of a wider audience.
KIM Minkyung / Program Manager

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