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It is true that famous environmental movement groups all over the world have worked hard to improveworld environment. However, at times, these movements have also been criticized for selling outto commercialism and excluding the voices of those directly involved. Now these environmentalmovements need to step up to a more mature form of movement. This section introduces 5 films thatmake effort to uncover the unknown voices in existing environmental movements, and explore newvisions for a larger environmental movement that includes these voices.
Three films dealing with seal hunting, Sealers - One Last Hunt, Angry Inuk and How to Change theWorld will be screened in this section. The differing spectrums of these films offers the opportunityto understand which aspects are points of contact in existing environmental movements regardingseal and whale hunting. RISE: Red Power and When Two Worlds Collide restore the live native voicesoppressed during the American continent’s history of development to provide an alternative point-ofviewof the facts from the natives’ position. This section offers dramatic and thoughtful new visions onthe environmental movement.

Chicken in the Squarel광장의 닭

  • Director : HWANG Yun
  • Nation : Korea
  • Year : 2017
  • Running Time : 12min
  • Genre : Documentary

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Date Time Venue Ratings Subtitles GT
2017-05-20 10:30 GT
2017-05-22 16:30



The square is inundated by images of the chicken. While slogans of “dak(chicken which is pronounced the same way as former President PARK’s last name) Geun-hye,”“Dak Chee Go(a pun on former President PARK’s nickname ‘chicken(dak)’by using the first letter of chicken for the first letter of 'shut up’ that is pronounced the same) and impeach,” "It’s a good day to catch chicken” are all around as everyone’s attention is focused on getting PARK Geun-hye to step down, the chicken flu is rampant. ‘Dongbaksae(a coalition which uses the first letters of ‘people who do not hate animals and fights for PARK Geun-hye to step down and democracy’ for their group’s name)’ fights against the public’s hatred of chickens and holds a memorial service for the lives that were terminated.

-Program Note

HWANG has continued making documentary films exploring ‘human-non human,’ and animal relationships. Her ‘wildlife trilogy,’ Farewell (2001), Silent forest (2004) and One Day on the Road (2006) won the Award of Excellence at the Yamagata Film Festival and the Woonpa Award at the Busan Film Festival. Her 2015 theatrical release, An Omnivorous Family’s Dilemma was showcased at the 65th Berlin Film Festival and won the Grand Prize at the Green Film Festival in Seoul. She has written columns for daily newspapers The Hankyoreh and The Kyunghyang Shinmun.

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