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Special Talk

Where Are You Being Settled Down?

 

This is a talk program that embraces the newly launched section,
The Landscape of Here in Now: A Place of Her Own, which looks at the latest Korean films from the friendlier feminist point of view.
We talk about here in now, the space of women, with two section-selected directors, Yu Eun-jeong of Ghost Walk and Namkoong Sun of Ten Months,
and writer Kim Mella who captures the other side of the times through her own eyes.

Time

Aug 27 (Sat) 19:10, after the screening of Ten Months

Moderator

KIM Hyunmin (SIWFF Programmer)

Panel

NAMKOONG Sun (Director), YU Eun-jeong (Director), KIM Mella (Writer)

 

 

Take Care of My Cat, As Ever 

 

Digitally remastered Take Care of My Cat will be screened.
Portraying the reality of women in their twenties in great detail, the film continues to resonate strongly with the time we live in.
Director Jeong Jae-eun's brilliant debut film, Take Care of My Cat, is still ongoing in the present, not the past.

Time

Aug 29 (Sun) 19:00, after the screening of Take Care of My Cat

Moderator

KIM Hyunmin (SIWFF Programmer)

Panel

JEONG Jae-eun (Director)

 

* Only online live streaming after the screening with no audience.
This program will be streamed on Naver TV's "Seoul International Women's Film Festival" and SIWFF's official YouTube channel.

 

Two Decades of Feminism Cultural Arts Platform, ZOOMANET: What Are You Doing in ZOOMANET?

 

게Although many cultural organizations repeatedly emerged and disappeared like guerrillas in the 2000s,
ZOOMANET has continued to hold workshop programs on filmmaking for 20 years, without any full-time staff or regular program.
SIWFF will look into the 20 years of history and aesthetics that ZOOMANET has reflected on their lives, built relationships with women,
and explored ways to survive together by their filmmaking experiences.

Time

Aug 28 (Sat) 14:00, after the screening of What Are You Doing in ZOOMANET? (Pre-recorded video)

Venue

 

MEGABOX SangamWorldcup Branch 4

Panel

LEE Sukgyung (Director), KIM Hye-jung (Director),
HWANG Miyojo (SIWFF Programmer)

 

A Certain Tendency in Women Filmmaking: How to Locate Authenticity in Over-Mediated Cinema

 

Since the pandemic has become the condition of life, what kind of truth women filmmakers are chasing and how?
There are films created by recombining diverse phases of world history: documentary footages, pop culture video clips retrieved on internet databases,
and battlefield scenes shot on infrared cameras. These films create spatio-temporal images for audiences either on traditional film screens, art museums, or online platforms. Where is the location of "representation" and "authenticity" of films in this circuit of over-mediated production and screening?

Time

Aug 29 (Sun) 16:50, after the screening of Monographs (Pre-recorded video)

Venue

MEGABOX SangamWorldcup Branch 1

Panel

SHIN Eun-shil ((Film Curator, Film Critic), HWANG Miyojo (SIWFF Programmer)

 

 

Looking from the Other Side of the Camera: Actor, Directors, and Labor Movements in Women 

 

While labor movements in Japan invigorated along with the rapid economic growth in the 1960-70s,
workers were threatened by the flexibilization and restructuring of labor.
The All Japan Free Trade Union and the Japan Railway Trade Unions produce a film with Mochizuki Yuko and Hidari Sachiko as directors.
As social activists and actors, and directors, how were they involved in this labor movement, and at the same time, how did they disturb it?

Time

Aug 30 (Mon) 19:10, after the screening of Here We Live (Pre-recorded video)

Venue

MEGABOX SangamWorldcup Branch 1

Lecturer

SAITO Ayako (Professor, Meiji Gakuin University)

Moderator

HWANG Miyojo (SIWFF Programmer)

Discussion

LEE Yumi (Korean Film Archive)