Last year, activists from 14 regional women's film festivals, including Seoul, Incheon, Daegu, Gwangju, and Jeju, gathered at the Seoul International Women's Film Festival to formally launch a regional women's film festival network council. Under the name of 'Women's Film Festival', across the country they've discovered and introduced Korean female filmmakers, some who have operated for a year and some for over 20 years. They're still constantly striving to establish gender equality in Korean society.
The Local Women's Film Festival Network holds annual meetings to promote mutual growth through solidarity and cooperation based on mutual trust. The 22nd Seoul International Women's Film Festival will hold in-depth discussions on issues that regional women's film festivals are facing in this post-Corona era as well as on common interests of the network.
* This event complies with Seoul's prevention regulations, and will host network members only without any guest.
September 12 (SAT) 11:00
The Seoul Cinema 1F KEY-HALL