The special program ‘Newstapa: The Witnesses with Camera’ sheds light on the past trajectory of Newstapa. For the past 10 years, Newstapa has been constantly renewing itself while maintaining its belief in independent journalism. Among them, activities in documentaries are particularly noteworthy. This is because Newstapa has been seeking new paths, such as not only announcing the results of its investigative coverage online but also making them into films and collaborating with creators in various fields. This special exhibition included three feature films and representative and new works from the Witnesses series. Pan Mun Jom uses archives and interviews to show the history of Panmunjeom, a space that symbolizes division, while re–emphasizing the meaning of Panmunjeom as a space of communication rather than confrontation. Wolsong: Vanishing Town, which tells the story of the residents of Wolsong, where nuclear power plants are concentrated, and Spy Nation, which deals with the alleged espionage case of a Seoul city government employee, are works in which the virtue of journalism shines. In addition, Father, Brother, Workers, and Anthropocene selected from the witnesses series produced in collaboration with independent PDs and independent documentary directors will be screened, while three new shorts will be released. A Red Color Pencil which tells the stories of those who remember the Jeju 4.3 Incident through pictures, The Land of Frogs which follows the fight of an old man who loses the land he cultivated due to development and ¸, which reflects on the capital market dominated by winner–takes–all logic, are highly anticipated works by independent documentary directors who have been persistent in their subject matter.