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DMZ Youth Documentary Production Workshop

“Youth Documentary Production Workshop” is an educational program for youth media literacy education, youth content discovery, and future documentary creator fostering through documentary production. This year, teachers and students from 5 regions will be participating in the workshop to capture the interest and intention of future creators in a closer distance. The students from Ilsan Daejin High School (Goyang-si), Hoseo High School (Dangjin-si), Dogog Elementary School (Gwangju), Songhyeon Elementary School (Pyeongtaek-si), and Korean School of Malaysia participated in the workshop orientation to learn the basic skills for documentary production. Their documentaries shed light on their daily lives and concerns in a unique way, and they will be screened during the 15th DMZ Docs.

청소년다큐제작워크숍 우수작 특별상영회

Date SEP 16 (SAT) 11:00
Venue CGV Goyang Baekseok 4
Content Screening of Excellent Works from Youth Documentary Workshop and Conversation with Audiences

Youth Documentary Production Workshop 2023

  • [Dogog Elementary School] On Air

Park Seunggyu, Baek Seungeun, Yoon Rahee, Park Seohee, Kim Gyurin, Lee Soyul, Yang Hayeon, Gwak Yuna │ Korea │ 2023 │ 14min

Rrrrrr!!!!!!!! Startled for a moment by the alarm, we shout, "Just five more minutes!" as we throw a bit of a tantrum. When we finally get over it, we arrive at school. Our daily routine unfolds, accompanied by the questions that are thrown our way. "Do you think the time you spend studying at academies is more important, or is the time you spend with friends more valuable?" Our answers are...

  • [Songhyeon Elementary School] Small Adult

LEE Gang-gi, KIM Ryeowon, KIM Jinyoung, LIM Soryul │ Korea │ 2023 │ 19min

The ever-accelerating youth culture. They experience a variety of enjoyable cultures, but sometimes they indulge in cultures that may not be appropriate for their age. So we have decided to call young people who enjoy cultures that may not be age-appropriate 'little adults'. Let's explore the stories of these little adults, their experiences in this culture, the perspectives of others and why they have emerged.

  • [Ilsan Daejin High School] Dear Snails Waiting for the Rainbow

Kim Soomin, Choi Dayeon, Kim Mina │ Korea │ 2023 │ 32min

One day, Da-yeon finds herself walking alone on her way home, and she comes across someone protesting against the 'Anti-Discrimination Law.' They claim that the law promotes 'homosexuality.' Da-yeon can't help but wonder, "But isn't love something that shouldn't be opposed from the start? Can anyone really oppose someone else's love?" Da-yeon, Su-min, and Min-ah start asking their friends about their thoughts on 'queerness.' Most of their friends agree that discrimination is unjust, but they feel it's difficult to reveal their own 'LGBT+' identity to friends or family. Those who oppose homosexuality are more open about their views, but it becomes apparent that discussing diverse sexual identities is not easy for us in school or at our academies. Small cracks begin to appear in our once effortlessly normal daily lives. As the rain begins to fall, we go in search of a snail revealing itself on the earth's surface. And to create a film like a letter to friends who haven't yet revealed themselves to the world, filled with these concerns, in order to paint a slightly more colorful and diverse world.

  • [Hoseo High School] I'll Be Going to School

Koo Jagyung, Ko Gayeong, Lee Hohyung, Hong Younjung, Hwang Jaekyung │ Korea │ 2023 │ 21min

The film examines the current status of inclusive education in South Korea, including the target demographics and the schools where inclusive education is being implemented. Specifically, it delves into the perspectives of the stakeholders involved, such as the guardians of students with special educational needs, educational administrators responsible for special education at the regional level, as well as teachers. Aims to capture their unique viewpoints on inclusive education. In addition, the film incorporates insights from expert interviews to address the considerations regarding the direction in which special education in South Korea should progress at this juncture.

  • Korean School of Malaysia] SK SEKSYEN 13 SHAH ALAM

Lee Jaewon, Sung Yuna, Lee Gyugyeong, Lee Jaey, Cho Euiseong, Kim Choa, Lee Taebin, Kim Ye Dam, Kim Ki chan, Sung Do jun │ Malaysia │ 2023 │ 11min

In Malaysia, a country where various cultures coexist, there are schools with strong connections to South Korea. I'd like to talk about what South Korea looks like within Malaysian schools.