The concept for the 16th Jecheon International Music & Film Festival can be summed up in one word: “Balance.” It refers to a balance between music and film, life and film, and the festival's past achievements and future visions.
Therefore, as the festival prepares to take another leap forward over the course of next 15 years, “HOMECOMING DAY” looks back on the past 15 years and brings back 11 key films from its history, including Searching for Sugar Man and Try to Remember—which revives the forgotten story of “Kim Sisters,” the first generation Hallyu band.
In addition, there will be encore screenings of Kinshasa Symphony, Cool Cats, Django, Keep On Keepin'on, Mr. Jimmy, Up Down & Sideways, El Viaje - A Road Trip into Chiles Musical Heritage, American Folk, and Paradiso, an Amsterdam Stage Affair.
Netherlands | 2011 | 89min | Color, B&W | Documentary | G
Sweden, UK | 2012 | 86min | Color, B&W | Documentary | G
USA | 2017 | 100min | Color | Drama | G
France | 2017 | 117min | Color | Drama | 12
Denmark | 2015 | 84min | DCP | Color, B&W | Documentary | 12
Germany | 2016 | 93min | Color, B&W | Documentary | G
USA | 2014 | 84min | Color, B&W | Documentary | G
Claus Wischmann, Martin Baer
Germany | 2010 | 96min | Color | Documentary | G
Peter Michael Dowd
USA, Japan | 2019 | 114min | DCP | Color | Documentary | G
Korea | 2015 | 70min | Color, B&W | Documentary | G
Anushka Meenakshi, Iswar Srikumar
India | 2017 | 83min | Color | Documentary | G