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International Feature Competition


The 2nd GIFF invites films based on literature. The juries from home and abroad will review the submitted works for Best Feature Award, Best Director Award and Best Screenplay Award.

Herman Van EYKEN

Studied film and education at RITCS School of Arts in Belgium. He started film directing for fine art documentaries and has worked with over 200 films as screenwriter, producer and director. He is currently working on a movie about AI technology and serves as the director of Griffith Film School, the largest film school in Australia. He is the president of jury for the GIFF International Competition this year.

Jean-Michel FRODON

Journalist and film critic at Le Point and Le Monde. He was the head editor of Cahiers du cinemas and founded L’Exception, a think tank for cinema research. He is now a professor at Sciences Po Paris.

Helen LEE

A Korean Canadian independent film director, living in Toronto. Her dramatic and experimental works including Sally’s Beauty Spot (1990) and Paris to Pyongyang (2021) have met with favorable reviews at various film festivals such as Toronto International Film Festival, Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival, International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, and Busan International Film Festival. She teaches movie and media at Queen’s University in Canada.