Teenagers’ films screened in Our Neighborhood Film Festival
The films were quite novel and trendy as the topics were what these teenagers came up with for themselves. Jeongseon High School students’ Where Am I ?– Jeongseon! is a video film made to inform the public about the area and shows wonderful places in Jeongseon in an entertainment format. They traveled around their neighborhood, for example, Byeongbangchi Observatory to film the natural landscape and beautiful places.
The film 2002-2022, produced by Sabuk Middle School students, is about students who run away from home due to their career-related and academic stress. Kohan Middle School students’ Now Our School is a work that quotes the title of a zombie drama, which was once very popular. It tells the story of suspected new-comer students. Imgye Happy Childrens’ Library’s The Return of Hunja contains light criticism toward children who want to earn a lot of money easily and spend it freely, rather than to find and achieve their dreams. It is also a story that reminds us of the importance of a family. During the festival films such as the music video Drama and Find Find by Sabuk Elementary School students were also screened.
In addition to the screening of these films, various performances such as the orchestra and choir concerts, and films for the elderly were presented in the festival. Joo Sang-hyun, director of the Jeongseon-gun Social Welfare Center said that he hoped this festival would be a good opportunity to showcase unique and practical works to the community with creative activities for mutual exchange programs for teenagers in the region. It is worth paying attention to what new programs will be planned next at Jeongseon General Social Welfare Center.
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