It showed nine full-length films, including Holiday, The Big Swindle and Swiri, and six short films, including D-Day, all of which were made and performed by DU alumni. On April 6, "Open-zone" was held to discuss the films and Yang Yun-ho, the director of Holiday, was among the participants. They talked about the movie informally and took pictures in the lobby of the theater.
After awarding a memorial plague to director Yu Hyun-mok, the festival lowered its curtain. Yu, the director of An Aimless Bullet's, graduated from the Dept. of Korean Lang. and Lit. at DU and is respected as a godfather of Korea's film makers.
Graduates of DU have occupied dominant positions in Korean film history. The event discussed DU's history, which has grown together with Korean film.
"Korean film makers need citizens' interest and participation. In the growth of Korean movie industry, Dongguk's film will be able to find its intrinsic meaning. This event announces DU's prominent role in Korean movie industry," said Min Byung-lock, chief of the Festival Organization Committee.
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