Diaspora Features

The COVID-19 Pandemic asks us to reexamine life and death, individuals and communities, connection and disconnection, as well as migration and settlement. At the beginning of the post-pandemic era, this year’s ‘Diaspora Features’ is trying to find the answers. Many films are correspondingly dealing with the diaspora and paying special attention to intersectionality. By reflecting upon the differences between individuals and communities, they try to reaffirm that all human life is connected to the diaspora senses. Out of a total of 30 works, 7 films are new to Korean audiences. Needless to say, it is the support of Incheon citizens and audiences over the past 10 years that has raised the status of the DIAFF to a greater extent. (Hyuksang Ksan Lee)

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Liquor Store Dreams 85'
So Yun UM
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R.M.N. 128'
Cristian MUNGIU
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Godland 144'
Hlynur PÁLMASON
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A Letter from Kyoto 102'
KIM Min-ju
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Wisdom Gone Wild 85'
Rea TAJIRI
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No Way Out 62'
SHEKH Al Mamun
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Nobody’s Hero 100'
Alain GUIRAUDIE
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Nostalgia 117'
Mario MARTONE
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Until the Stones Speak 101'
KIM Kyungman
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Life Unrehearsed 80'
BANPARK Jieun
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Again the Wind Blows 104'
KIM Tae-il, JU Ro-mi
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Riceboy Sleeps 118'
Anthony SHIM
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Return to Seoul 119'
Davy CHOU
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Myanmar Diaries 70'
The Myanmar Film Collective
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A Tour Guide 95'
KWAK Eunmi
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Bread and Salt 100'
Damian KOCUR
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The Bone 70'
SEEN Nari
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Aporia 120'
LEE Ju-hyoung
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A Mother, Youngsoon 80'
LEE Changjun
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Mother and Son 116'
Léonor SERRAILLE
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Our Brothers 91'
Rachid BOUCHAREB
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Europe 105'
Philip SCHEFFNER
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The Continuing Land 87'
JO Heeyoung
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The Quiet Migration 102'
Malene CHOI
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Queer My Friends 82'
SEO Ah-hyun
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Kim's Video 88'
David REDMON, Ashley SABIN
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My Name Is Kim 77'
JUNG Sueun
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Tori and Lokita 89'
Jean-Pierre DARDENNE, Luc DARDENNE
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Free Chol Soo Lee 86'
Julie HA, Eugene YI
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Decision to Leave 139'
PARK Chan-wook