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Korean Shorts

The Moments When Anxiety Returns

External factors such as social norms, desires, and traumas infiltrate the borders between people's internal and external worlds. Anxiety returns to people when repressed thoughts and feelings in their minds resurface. This selection of films visualizes this process as a membrane and explores different characters' relationships while using the inside and outside as stages. The audience is taken on a journey through these films haunting the moments when anxiety is expressed on multiple levels by certain excesses and repressions, as well as their desires and the world.

 

Platform 1

Both fiction films begin with the main characters stopping their cars.

The front windshields serve as dividers, creating two stages, inside and out, where the narratives and characters' inner states of mind unfold.

 

One Experimental Film.

The movements of a body in a small, transparent box serve as a language within the film. The story is inspired by the senses and experiences gained when resisting the pressures of the camera's gaze, time, and other interferences.

 

Two Experimental Films. (Mixed with Animation)

The engraved movements on the materials are continuously changing, accompanied by anxiety and the film's theme expands while making the texture of the scratched surface into their stage. 

 

Nice to See Your Face

Sun Namkoong

South Korea202213'01"DCPColor

Outsiders

Wanhee Lee

South Korea202227'17"DCPColor

Engraved

Vatae Kimlee

South Korea202212'01"DCPB&W, Color

Bang

Soyoung Choi

South Korea202216'21"DCPColorWorld Premiere

I Am a Horse

Chaerin Im

South Korea, Denmark20227'58"DCPB&W, Color