JEONJU IFF 2022 Opens Call for Submissions
Submission for International Competition is now open until January 10th, 2022
The JEONJU International Film Festival (JEONJU IFF, Festival Director Lee Joondong) opened its submissions for International Competition on November 24 (Wednesday), and it’ll remain open until January 10 (Monday), 2022, 18:00 KST.
In order to be eligible to submit, the film must be the filmmaker’s first or second feature film. At JEONJU IFF, films shorter than 40 minutes are considered shorts, and films over 40 minutes are classified as feature films. Films of all genres including narrative, documentary, experimental, and animation are eligible to submit. However, applicants must note that the project should have been completed after January of 2021, and its world premiere, international premiere, or Asian premiere must be available for the 23rd JEONJU IFF.
- Submissions Open: Wednesday, November 24, 2021
- Submissions Deadline: Monday, January 10, 2022 / 18:00 (KST)
- Pre-condition: the first or second feature of the director(s)
- Running Time (including credits): longer than 40 minutes in length
- Date of Completion: After January 2021
- Premiere Status: at least Asian premiere
(exclusively international premiere for films that were made in Asian countries)
*In the case any of the above are not satisfied, the film will not be taken into consideration.
- Submit online on the JEONJU IFF’s film submissions page(entry.jeonjufest.kr/en)
*Submissions are accepted only on this website.
*There is no submission fee.
- JEONJU IFF’s Program Team (+82-02-2285-0562, email@example.com)
Details about submissions and copyright regulations can be found on the JEONJU IFF’s submissions page(entry.jeonjufest.kr/en), and registration is only possible online via this website. After an internal review and pre-screening process, the official festival selection will be announced at the 2022 official press conference. The screenings of the official selection will be available for the local audience during the festival dates of the 23rd JEONJU IFF. For further information, please contact the Program Team(+82-02-2285-0562, firstname.lastname@example.org).
During the pandemic era, JEONJU IFF was quick to decide on a hybrid festival, held both online and offline, with the slogan “Film Goes On”. In 2021, the festival’s detailed COVID-19 prevention guidelines allowed the offline events to be strong, and the festival was held successfully.
Despite being in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the 22nd JEONJU IFF received 398 submissions from 68 countries for the International Competition section. Through this, the festival was able to expand its spectrum not only in genres, but also in diversity in countries and continents. Among those submissions, total of 10 titles were officially invited. Natalia Garayalde’s Splinters won the Grand Prize, Marta Popivoda’s Landscapes of Resistance won the Best Picture Prize, and James Vaughan’s Friends and Strangers received the Special Jury Prize.
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