Part of the Korean Academy of Film Art’s “Kafa+” project, the film brings together three noted local directors creating 3D-version reflections of popular culture in, respectively, an urban setting, the future and in the mountains.
Jiff will run May 1-10 with its awards ceremony on May 7 and repeat screenings afterwards. The fest will screen 181 films from 46 countries (142 features, 39 shorts) with 40 world premieres (of which 28 are features) and 4 international premieres (all features).
This year, the festival has revamped its signature Jeonju Digital Project - originally a triptych of shorts produced by the fest each year with well-known directors from around the world - and brought in outside funding to start making a trio of feature films instead. The inaugural