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International Competition

Grand Prix
10,000,000 KRW and the trophy

Awarded to the most outstanding 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 District Office, 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

Kim Eungsu

Kim Eungsu was born in Chungju in 1966 and majored in psychology at Seoul National University. After making his debut in 1996 with the feature film Time Lasts, he made several feature films. Starting with Heavenly Path in 2006, he introduced a style that crosses the border between fiction and documentary, and after Without Father directed in 2012, The Journey to OKJU (2016), Oh, Love (2018), The Real (2018), Mountain Lily (2018), Death of Narcissus (2019), and other works are experimenting with the forms of essay film, video art and documentary. This change in genre is an expression of director Kim Eungsu's personal curiosity, and shows his natural process of finding answers as to what film is.

Joao Paulo Miranda Maria

Joao Paulo Miranda was born on the inland side of Sao Paulo state in 1982. He graduated with a degree in Cinema in 2004 from Estacio de Sa College (Rio de Janeiro). He holds a Master’s degree in Multimedia from the University of Campinas. A professor at the Methodist University of Piracicaba (SP), he is also a member of the Brazilian Association of Cinematography and the founder and coordinator of the research and film practice group Kino-olho. He has directed several short films, including Ida do Diablo (2014), Command Action (2015), The Girl who Danced with the Devil (2016), and Ant Killers (2017).

Chun Jinsu

Chun Jinsu was born in Seoul in 1964 and graduated from the Department of Philosophy at Korea University. He majored in Directing at the Graduate School of Film of Dongguk University. Afterwards, he majored in Documentary Films at Universite Paris 8 in France. He delivered lectures at Korea University, Kyung Hee University, and Korea National University of Arts. From 2000 to 2016, he introduced original sound track and classical music on KBS and MBC FM. Starting as a master-class programmer at the Jeonju International Film Festival in 2005, he worked as a programmer at the Jecheon International Music & Film Festival from 2006 to 2019, and is currently a programmer at the Jeonju International Film Festival.