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|Korean Competition (7)||Asian Short Competition (16)|
|I-Teens Competition (7)||New Currents (22)|
|Polemics: Sexual Politics of 'Room' (8)||Special Screening of Polish Women's Cinema (7)|
|Memorial Screening for Agnès Varda & Barbara Hammer (18)||Queer Rainbow (5)|
|100th Aniversary of Korean Films: Women's Faces in Korean Cinema (8)||30th Aniversay of Parituh: the First Korean Women Filmmakers' Collective (1)|
|10th Aniversary of Pitch&Catch (5)||Docmentary Ock Rang Award Film (1)|
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LEE Kyoungho, HEO Jieun
Seonah returns to school, a year after a professor was accused of sexual assault at the university. Seonah finds herself caught between two sides, with the dean of the department asking her to take the side of the professor, while her senior wants her to join the school's #Me Too movement and participate in the fight. The film poses important questions for the viewers - ‘How much can we watch? How can we talk about this?’ These issues are ripe for debate, and the director has made a lot of effort in exploring the topic while letting the dramatic tension linger. [CHA Sungduk]
LEE KyounghoLEE Kyoungho
He was born in 1984 and majored in Korean and Korean literatures. He participated in the short film Replaceable(2017) with screenplays and edits, and co-directed New record(2018).
HEO JieunHEO Jieun
Born in 1988 in Gwangju. She majored in Korean and Korean literatures and has been making movies in Gwangju. She directed the short films Replaceable(2017) and Go AroundM(2017) and co-directed the new record(2018).