Nature meets Korean independent Cinema!

Korean independent films increasingly deal with nature. While many independent films used to tell stories against the backdrops of big cities, especially Seoul, the indie scene is now dominated with the stories with mountains and sea of smaller cities/towns like Yangyang, Jeju and Yeosu as important characters themselves. It is partly because the filmmakers seek for the lower production expanse, and partly thanks to the contribution of the local film commissions such as Gangwon Film Commission, Busan Film Commission. In its 20th edition, SIEFF introduces independent films that curate current sceneries of Korean nature and take the opportunity to emphasize the importance of nature and environment through the films. We cannot keep the cinema alive, without keeping nature alive!
LIM Seunghyeun
Korea, 2022, 100min
JUNG Hyungsuk
Korea, 2022, 40min
SEO Wontae
Korea, 2022, 18min
LEE Tack
Korea, 2021, 34min
Lee Seongeun
Korea, 2022, 39min
KIM Miyoung
Korea, 2021, 115min