Diaspora Features

A harsh era continues. Wars around the world show no sign of ending anytime soon, and regional conflicts only seem to escalate. Israel, which was founded for the diasporas, became the perpetrator of another xenocide in Palestine. The arrogance of the great powers is sky-high, and the hatred and discrimination against minorities is beyond the pale. Life goes on, even in a world that makes us give up on the belief that history is progressive. Films that reflect on one’s identity and minority in the midst of both macroscopic and microscopic violence fill up the ‘Diaspora Features’ section. The journey of films to revive hope from dying in despair continues. (Hyuksang Ksan LEE)

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Guián 76'
Nicole CHI AMÉN
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There Was Nothing Here Before 71'
Yvann YAGCHI
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A Great Divide 100'
Jean SHIM
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Endless Borders 111'
Abbas AMINI
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The Old Oak 113'
Ken LOACH
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Blanket Wearer 116'
PARK Jeongmi
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Voices of the Silenced 142'
PARK Soo-nam, PARK Maeui
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Man in Black 60'
WANG Bing
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Miho's Journey 65'
SHEKH Al Mamun
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Nam June Paik: Moon Is the Oldest TV 111'
Amanda KIM
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Smoking Tigers 91'
So Young Shelly YO
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Seagrass 115'
Meredith HAMA-BROWN
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Arirang Rhapsody 125'
KIM Sungwoong
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Omen 90'
Baloji
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Hours of Ours 85'
Komtouch NAPATTALOONG
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Opponent 119'
Milad ALAMI
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A Song of Korean Factory Girls 84'
LEE Won-sik
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Azalea 84'
KIM Kyungja
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Anatomy of a Fall 152'
Justine TRIET
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Favoriten 118'
Ruth BECKERMANN
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Finding Her Beat 89'
Dawn MIKKELSON, Keri PICKETT
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Panmunjom 81'
SONG Won-geun
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Passages 91'
Ira SACHS
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Green Border 152'
Agnieszka HOLLAND
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A Man 123'
ISHIKAWA Kei
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In the Land of Brothers 96'
Raha AMIRFAZLI, Alireza GHASEMI