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Awards

Grand Prize

with monetary award of
KRW 10,000,000 and a trophy

Second Prize

with monetary award of
KRW 5,000,000 and a trophy

BNP Paribas Award

with monetary award of
KRW 5,000,000 and a trophy

Audience Award

with a trophy

Jury of Finals
  • KIM Bora

    Director

    She graduated from Dongguk University in film and received an MFA in film at Columbia University. Her feature debut, House of Hummingbird (2018) won more than 60 awards from film festivals, including Audience award and NETPAC award from Busan IFF, Grand Prix for the Best Film in the Generation 14+ Competition from Berlinale, the Best International Narrative Feature award from the Tribeca Film Festival, and the Best Director award from the Baeksang Arts Awards.

  • KIM Sookhyun

    Director, Professor of Seoul Women's University

    Kim Sookhyun received her MFA in Film from Syracuse University and Ph.D in visual communication from Yonsei University. She focuses on experimental and expanded cinematic practices. She is currently teaching at Seoul Women’s University, Korea.

  • MOON Ka-young

    Actor

    Starting her acting career in To Sir, With Love (2006), MOON has expanded her position by challenging new roles in films, including Black House (2007), Salute D’Amour (2015), Twenty Again (2016) and TV series including Tempted (2018) and Find Me in Your Memory (2020). She recently received good reviews for her subtle acting in tvN’s True Beauty (2021).

Preliminary committee
  • KIM Sohui

    Film Critic

    Kim Sohui studied Korean literature and Film Theory. She began a career as a film critic after won Film Critic Award from Cine21 in 2015. She wrote academic essay about relationship between feminism and digital medium focused on self-portrait film.

  • KIM Hye-jung

    Director, Feminist Planner

    She directed documentary Girl Prince (2012), short fictional film What to Say (2014) and produced documentaries, including Itaewon (2016) and A Corner Shop (2018). She is a member of the cultural planning collective, “Let’s Play Younghee” while she gathers and records women’s stories at the project team of ZOOMANET.

  • YU Eunjeong

    Director

    She is a filmmaker and scriptwriter. Her short Lights in the Dusk (2012) was awarded the Best Film in Asian Short Competition at the 14th SIWFF. Her following short films including I Hate It (2015), A Game of Catch (2015), and Dead Time (2016) have been invited by various film festivals. Her feature debut, Ghost Walk (2018) won the Bucheon Choice: Audience Award at the 22nd BIFAN.

  • HWANG Miyojo

    SIWFF Programmer

    Feminist film critic and researcher with an academic background in cinema studies, cultural studies, East Asian studies and comparative literature. she has been studying, teaching, and conducting research on East Asian films and popular cultures thru comparative perspective while based in Seoul, Bangalore, and New York City and Tokyo. Currently, she is teaching at Korea National University of Arts and working for the SIWFF as a programmer.