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The 13th Seoul Yeongdeungpo International Extreme-Short Image& Film Festival was held from August 25th until August 31st, and featured 30 short films from all over the world in a wide range of genres, including: animation, drama, and documentary.
The 13th Seoul Yeongdeungpo International Extreme-Short Image& Film Festival, which will take place on-site and online from September 7th to 12th, 2021 in Seoul, Korea, will include these thirty short films.
– A Selection of Films –
Cho Youngmyoung’s 202 201 – Korea | 2021 – 15 minutes Competition No. 10: Flowing Heart
My bluetooth speaker is connected by someone next door. What the heck are you doing here?
Duong Dieu Linh’s A Trip to Heaven – Vietnam | 2020 – 15 minutes Competition No. 10: Flowing Heart
Mdm.Tam, 50, meets her high school love on a strange tour bus to the Mekong Delta. She believes there is a possibility of reconciliation, but he may not be.
Kim Choin’s Best of Rain – Korea | 2021 – 14 minutes Section: Yeongdeungpo’s Extreme-Short Film Academy
Cho-in, a relatively unknown actress, wanted to make a film on rain. She thinks it’s unjust that people despise rain, despite the fact that rain is only doing his best. However, it does not rain. Despite this, she keeps filming the documentary.
Between You and Me by Lee Daeyoung – Korea | 2017 – 14 minutes Actor Focus Lim Sunwoo Section: Special Screening
Min-kyung auditions for the lead part in a short film and begins shooting. As time passes, issues on set begin to emerge.
Han Jisu’s Crossroads – Korea | 2019 – 12 minutes Actor Lim Sunwoo is the subject of a special screening.
A lady boards a cab to go someplace. The driver continues to babble, and the lady pays little attention. Until the driver’s statements get more bizarre.
Choi Yunho’s Farewell, Girl – Korea | 2021 – 15 minutes Section: Bloody Night, Non-Competition
“Let’s speak about each other and die together.” The tale of a girl who despises being either normal or unusual, and another girl who has the polar opposite personality traits.
Cha Sungmin’s Fluorescent Light – Korea | 2021 – 16 minutes Section 2 of the competition: The Father’s Labyrinth
Sung-je, who dropped out of school due to a lack of funds, learns to fix electric appliances. He is eager to complete his job, but owing to his repeated errors, the classroom power continues to fail. The more he tries, the more twisted things get. Nonetheless, he is now beginning to accomplish what he is really capable of.
Anonymous’ Frontline Heroes – Myanmar | 2021 – 2 minutes Myanmar is the subject of a special screening section. Wathann Film Festival is the focus of this article.
Myanmar is preparing for a demonstration.
Yuan Yuan Traveling South – China, USA | 2020 – 13 minutes Section 2 of the competition: The Father’s Labyrinth
Chasuna, an eight-year-old girl, goes from her grassland home to see her father, who lives in the city. During her father’s birthday celebrations, however, she learns that he is married to a Chinese lady. Chasuna must learn to accept her as a family member.
Huh Suyoung’s Incomplete Women – Korea | 2020 – 10 minutes Section 6: One More Day of Competition
A woman’s dismembered corpse was discovered one day. Other bodily parts, with the exception of her lower torso and left hand, vanished without a trace and there was no sign of any incursion. So her lower body and left hand go along the road, looking for others who had departed for the same reason they despised one other.
Lihua Liu’s Laundry Life – China | 2021 – 5 minutes Non-Competition Section: Mobile Stylo
The heroine is portrayed via the process of clothing personification, from handwork to contemporary washing, and the mother-daughter love in the heroine’s development process is also displayed.
Lunch Time – Korea | 2021 – 8 minutes by Jung Insun Section: Yeongdeungpo’s Extreme-Short Film Academy
For office employees, lunchtime is their only spare time. “What would change if we had additional 30 minutes of lunch time?” started an honest discussion with office employees.
Gleinda Stefany’s Maria Ado E – Indonesia | 2020 – 13 minutes Indonesian Special Screening Section Minikino Film Week is the focus.
Maria hails from the Indonesian province of East Nusa Tenggara. She is a student in Java, where she has had to deal with prejudice.
Kim Hongrin’s Mom’s Gimbap – Korea | 2020 – 5 minutes Section: Mobile Stylo (Non-Competition)
Su-Jeong, weary of caring for her ill and elderly mother, now travels to the train station to pick up her mother from a nursing home, recalling pleasant childhood memories while eating gimbap her mother gave her.
Am Jaeyoung’s Mullae-dong Medley – Korea | 2021 – 10 minutes Section: Yeongdeungpo’s Extreme-Short Film Academy
Mullae-dong, Yeongdeungpo-gu, is like an island where manufacturing, ironwork, and bearing industries coexist. Mullae-dong is a location where sorrow and pleasure were built by labor and thought. The mechanical noises, as well as their sufferings, continue to spread from plant to factory like a symphony. Mullae-dong is becoming extinct.
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