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The 1st
PyeongChang International
Peace Film Festival

August. 16(Fri) - 20(Tue)

PyeongChang X GangNeung

Program

Check out various films of the 1st PyeongChang International Peace Film Festival.

Opening Film

Bird

YUN Hyeong-gu, an ornithologist more than 80 years old, had a son who went missing about 40 years ago. One day, he spots a Siberian common starling flying from Japan to North Korea. Puzzled by the fact that this bird species does not inhabit in Japan, he decides to further investigate it and eventually discovers that it was sent by his son living in South Korea. After confirming his son is still alive, he begins a research project on migratory birds in collaboration with his son by bypassing Japan. Along the way, they find an opportunity to reunite with each other decades after separation.

Spectrum

Armed Lullaby

In order to escape the ethical massacre four different children are leaving their home town each in different ways -with last train, last ship, last plane and walking over the snow-covered mountains. The film is based on a real story happened in 1993 during Sukhumi ethnically cleansing that underwent Georgian civilians.
 Armed Lullabyis a film without a line and subtitles are not available.

POV: Refugee on Earth

Summer with Rana

Suzan is spending the summer holidays with her grandmother while her mother goes to Syria as a war reporter. She forms a close friendship with Rana – a Syrian girl, who lives in the nearby refugee camp – much to the disapproval of her friends.

 

Spectrum

Complicity

Cheng Liang, a young Chinese immigrant living in Japan, pretends to be someone else to get a job in a traditional Japanese soba restaurant. His real identity could be disclosed at any moment.

Summer Breeze

Crossing Beyond

“Flowers bloom on every border” wrote Korean poet Ham Min-bok, a metaphor which inspired him to explore how the Olympic values each across borders of all kinds to deliver hope. Crossing Beyond follows a select group of athletes from diverse backgrounds as they navigate the Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018. It tells the stories of athletes compelled to confront personal, social, political and geographical boundaries in the face of daunting challenges. He captures the Olympic spirit and soul, celebrating their essence by asking deeper questions about the value of sport beyond the podium.

Summer Breeze

Cold War

In the 1950s, a music director falls in love with a singer and tries to persuade her to flee communist Poland for France.

Spectrum

Little Germans

As a child Elsa played soldier with her beloved grandpa. Full of pride she used to shout ‘For leader, nation and fatherland!’ with her arm outstretched for the Nazi salute. Today, she looks back on a childhood based on hate and lies, trying to understand what her upbringing in a radical right-wing environment has made of her and her own children Little Germans is based on this authentic story presented in a unique hybrid of animation and feature documentary.

 

Summer Breeze

Swing Kids

Rebellious Ki-soo from North Korea is mesmerized by tap dance in prison camps. Ki-soo joins as a team member of a dance team called ‘Swing Kids.’ Yet suddenly, their dreams about dancing in prison camps are put in danger.

 

Beyond Line,
Become One
Toward Peace

Beyond Line, Become One.
Pull together toward Peace.

Follwed by 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics stunned the world, the 1st PyeongChang international Peace Film Festival will be launched.