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"We are looking for a protagonist who will make Korean cinema shine." The 25th Jeonju International Film Festival begins its contest for entries.

Song Na-ra | 기사입력 2023/11/13 [13:51]

"We are looking for a protagonist who will make Korean cinema shine." The 25th Jeonju International Film Festival begins its contest for entries.

Song Na-ra | 입력 : 2023/11/13 [13:51]

Works that meet the Korea Premiere or higher requirements can

 

be submitted regardless of genre.

 


 

The Jeonju International Film Festival will be recruiting films for its 25th screening starting November 8. The contest categories are the competitive Korean Competition, Korean Short Film Competition and non-competitive Korean Cinema, and the regional contest for filmmakers based in the Jeonbuk region.

 

In the case of this screening competition, the screening period will be extended for a long period of time to conduct an in-depth preliminary examination of the number of entries that increase every year, so please note that the deadline for submitting works is different depending on the movie entry category. The short story category runs from November 8, 2023 to January 17, 2024, and the feature-length category runs from November 8, 2023 to January 31, 2024, so be sure to keep this in mind when submitting your entries.

 

 

The Jeonju International Film Festival submission contest is characterized by no genre restrictions in all competitive and non-competitive categories. Works of various genres, including feature films, documentaries, experimental films, and animations, can be freely submitted. However, it must be a film that was completed after January 2023 and meets the Korea Premiere or higher premiere conditions and has not been screened in Korea before the date of the 25th Jeonju International Film Festival.

 

 

In the Korean Competition section, only a director's first or second full-length directorial work can be submitted, but in the Korean Short Competition, non-competitive section, and regional contests, entries can be submitted regardless of the number of director's directing works. The standard for movie running time is that films less than 40 minutes are categorized as short films, and films longer than 40 minutes are categorized as feature films.

 

Entries to the local contest can be submitted if they are the work of a director or producer domiciled in the Jeonbuk region, students attending a school domiciled in the Jeonbuk region, or works produced with more than 50% of locations located in the Jeonbuk region. In addition, works selected in the regional contest are invited to Korean Cinema and meet the audience along with works in the Korean Competition, Korean Short Competition, or non-competition categories.

 

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