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International Competition

Grand Prix
10,000,000 KRW and the trophy

Awarded to the most outstanding film in International Competition

Excellence Award
5,000,000 KRW and the trophy

Awarded to an exceptional film in International Competition

Jury Award
2,000,000 KRW and the trophy

Awarded to a film in International Competition that received special acknowledgement from the jury

Audience Award
A prize and the trophy

Awarded to a film in International Competition chosen by the festival audiences

Korean Competition

Grand Prix(KAFA)
5,000,000 KRW and the trophy

Awarded to the most outstanding film in Korean Competition

Excellence Award
3,000,000 KRW and the trophy

Awarded to an exceptional film in Korean Competition

Jury Award
1,000,000 KRW and the trophy

Awarded to a film in Korean Competition that received special acknowledgement from the jury

Audience Award
A prize and the trophy

Awarded to a film in Korean Competition chosen by the festival audiences

Best Acting Award
A prize and the trophy

Awarded to an actor/actress in a film in Korean Competition whose acting was the most outstanding

NETPAC Award

NETPAC Award
A prize and the certificate

Awarded by NETPAC (Network for the Promotion of Asia Pacific Cinema) to the best Asian film in Competition sections.

Operation Kino

(Sponsored by Jung-gu Busan Metropolitan City)

Operation Kino
Grand Prix
1,000,000 KRW and the trophy

Awarded to the most outstanding film among college students’ works supported by production funds for film and media majors in Busan

Operation Kino
Excellence Award
500,000 KRW and the trophy

Awarded to the most outstanding film among college students’ works supported by production funds for film and media majors in Busan

Agora Jury Award
A prize and a certificate

Awarded to a film in Operation Kino chosen by the directors who attend the festival

Jury

Zita Carvalhosa

Zita Carvalhosa is a producer, director and founder of the São Paulo International Short Film Festival. She was the film curator at the Museum of Image and Sound of São Paulo (1988-1995) which has developed a program to promote shorts and new Brazilian films. She produced and directed the Tela Digital Video Festival, a competitive event for Brazilian shorts that integrates the Internet and television, for TV Brasil (2009-2011). Since 1983, she has directed the production company Superfilmes, where, working with a new generation of Brazilian filmmakers, she has produced more than 20 shorts, independent features, documentaries.

Chung Yoonchul

Chung Yoonchul earned his master’s degree in Film from Yongin University after graduating from Hanyang University with a degree in the Department of Theater and Film. Following that, he attended the Australian Film Television and Radio School and completed a film editing course. A short film he directed, Memorial Photographing (1997), won the Best Picture Award at the Seoul Short Film Festival. His first feature, Marathon (2005), won him the DAEJONG Film Awards for Best New Director as well as the Blue Dragon Awards for Best New Director, and it was later invited to the Deauville Asian Film Festival and the Montreal World Film Festival. Since then, he has written and directed films such as Shim’s Family (2007), A Man Who Was Superman (2008), and Warriors of the Dawn (2017).

Douwe Dijkstra

Douwe Dijkstra is a filmmaker and video artist from the Netherlands. He studied Illustration Design at ArtEZ. His work is a mixture of film, animation and VFX and can be described as humorous and socially engaged. As a co-founder of the 33 1/3 collective, he intertwines theatre productions and video projections. In 2014, he created a video installation and short film called Demontable, and in 2015 a documentary short film called Supporting Film.