Award Winning Shorts Program 1
The Best Short of the Cinematic Tokyo Competition and short films directed by famous Korean actor Keun-suk Jang and Japanese comedian Gori will be screened in this program.
TOKYO ONDO -BEATS AND TEMPERATURES-
The passion & heat of Tokyo depicted by 4 girls as you've never seen before. The girls perform & synchronize to the rhythms & beats of "Neo Tokyo-Ondo."
Hello, Again is a drama about Owen. After a sleepless night from his Mothers funeral the day before, he decides to avoid his father and visit her grave. Through a misunderstanding he meets Maura, an interesting girl who’s visiting her recently deceased Father’s grave. Together they try to find a way to connect with the loved ones they’ve lost.
The Great Legacy
Jun-Suk is drowning in debt. Jun-Suk’s father (Young-Pal) left him a bank account but he went into coma before telling him it’s PIN. Jun-Suk keeps on talking to his father who’s in coma. One day Young-Pal’s electro-cardiogram reacts to Jun-Suk’s voice. The numbers on the electro-cardiogram seem like a PIN…
With sirens blaring outside, Abbas breaks into the room of an old Japanese man named Toyoshige. He lifts Toyoshige onto his back & carries him out the door. As they descend the stairs the last few days of bias & misjudgment become clear.
Way of Giants
“Way of Giants” is a poetical search for purpose and reason that follows the story of Oquirá, a six year old indigenous girl, as she confronts the cycle of life and the concept of destiny. The film explores the forces in nature, music and our connection with earth.
A dysfunctional family reunites for the traditional "bone washing ceremony" on Aguni Island. The family face themselves and are able to begin the healing process.