Jeonju International Film Festival (Jeonju IFF) is a festival introducing independent and experimental films to the public, discovering new talents of the filmmaking field and endorsing creative experiments and independent spirits. This festival provides the opportunity to meet and bond with international filmmakers.
This year’s edition hosts a total of 194 films from 48 countries (109 international and 85 Korea films / 120 features and 74 shorts), which will be screened both offline and online.
Jeonju International Film Festival is the opportunity to discover new films, but also to attend different classes with famous cineastes, directors, actors. There will be several exhibitions, artistic performances and even Master Classes after screenings, with people who have accomplished outstanding cinematic achievements in their field and area.
For more details and news about the 22nd Jeonju IFF and the planned activities, check out their official website.
April 29th (Thu) – May 8th (Sat), 2021, for 10 days
Because of the COVID-19 situation, tickets can only be booked ONLINE, as there will be no ticket booths at the screening locations. You can check the full screening schedule and buy tickets online here.
To check the list of Master Classes available after screenings, click on this link.
The festival is held in several locations in Jeonju, including Cine Q Jeonju Film Street, CGV Jeonjugosa, Jeonju Cinema Town and Jeonju Cine Complex.
To check the full list of all the venues hosting the festival’s activities and the ways to get there, check this link.