A. Films completed after January 1, 2013, never been submitted to GFFIS before.
B. Films that deal with environmental issues regardless of genre or contain environment-related topics at large.
MISSION & OBJECTIVE
GFFIS is a festival that seeks to share the hope for a better world where all the lives can be in harmony with environment and nature. Through cinema, GFFIS hopes to promote ideas of environmental protection and life respect to encourage public awareness and action for positive changes.
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
First established in 2004 by Korea Green Foundation, Green Film Festival in Seoul (GFFIS) is the first film festival in Korea to highlight environment issues. GFFIS is an annual event with one international competition and one regional competition among other non-competitive sections, and various events like workshop, NGO event, concert, exhibitions.
GFFIS would like to welcome all to join the festival where the concerns and visions about the future of our environment can be found and shared.
- Hosted by Korea Green Foundation
- GFFIS 2013
146 films from 42 countries
970 films submission from 86 countries
120 times screening
40 Guest Visit (director or specialist appearance)
- GFFIS 2014
111 films from 35 countries
1,059 films submission from 97 countries
106 times screening
38 Guest Visit (director or specialist appearance)