International Competition

DRIFT

  • International Competitionㅣ Asian Premiere
  • 201795minDCPcolorFiction
Director Helena WITTMANN
Nation Germany
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Overview

Two women spend a weekend at the North Sea. One of them will soon return to her family, whereas the other one will try to come a step closer to the ocean. She returns and the other one could ask: "Have you changed?“

Schedule

Code Time Theater Info / Ticket
241 2018. 05. 05
1700
CGV Jeonjugosa 5
HEK15GV


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544 2018. 05. 08
2030
CGV Jeonjugosa 5
HEK15GV


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834 2018. 05. 11
1700
CGV Jeonjugosa 5
HEK15


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Director

Helena WITTMANN

Helena Wittmann creates series of experimental works that resets and re-contextualizes the function and meaning of space and spatiality, evident in her series of short films from <i>The Wild</i> to <i>Ada Kaleh</i>. As Wittmann raises questions about their boundaries and creates new contexts, the rooms in <i>The Wild</i> and <i>21,3°C</i> expand to become larger than a simple narrative space. Through the 11 tableau shots portraying the changing impressions of the room, <i>21,3°C</i> guides us to notice the fundamental elements of cinema such as sound, light, and shadow. Her feature film <i>Drift</i> (2017) and her short film <i>Wildness Of Waves</i> present the changing visage of the sea in the form of movement-image. This year’s Jeonju IFF introduces the four masterpieces in which Wittmann effaces the subject’s attributes and transforms into a pure audiovisual experience.