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IFFR Unleashed: new titles in June

Every month, at least ten films are added to streaming platform IFFR Unleashed – from short to mid-length to feature-length films. Below we highlight five of the new additions for June, including two films by Tiger Award winning South Korean filmmaker Park Jung-Bum and the atmospheric and mysterious Bridgend by Jeppe Rønde.

All films on the platform have screened at previous editions of IFFR, but not all have seen a theatre release since. IFFR Unleashed offers the chance to watch them online from the comfort of your home!

 

Aïssa

Clément Tréhin-Lalanne, 2014, France, 8’
A doctor clinically records his findings whilst seeking to determine the age of Ghanaian immigrant Aïssa who says she is a minor.

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Alive

Park Jung-Bum, 2014, South Korea, 175’

Impressive and challenging story about poverty, inequality and human suffering in today’s South Korea by the maker of Tiger Award-winner Journals of Musan. He again plays a leading role himself, as a toiling worker trying to wrest himself free of his fate without giving up his humanity.

Watch Alive on IFFR Unleashed

Bridgend

Jeppe Rønde, 2015, Denmark, 99’

Over a 5-year period in Bridgend in Wales, 79 people, many of them teenagers, committed suicide without leaving any clue as to why. This is the starting point for Danish Rønde’s feature debut - an atmospheric, at times mysterious social drama. Hannah Murray convinces as the 'new girl in town'.

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The Brother

Léa Triboulet, 2016, France/USA, 9’

The brother is gone, but his sisters have to live on. Denial, reminiscence and silence beautifully intertwine while the girls process their loneliness.

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The Journals of Musan

Park Jung-Bum, 2010, South Korea, 127’

Winner of a Tiger Award in 2011. The protagonist is one of the growing group of poor North Korean refugees who are trying to adapt in capitalist South Korea. The maker, former assistant director to Lee Chang-dong, has made a deeply moving and profound film about the position of the unwanted guest.

Watch The Journals of Musan on IFFR Unleashed

 

  • Still from The Journals of Musan

  • Still from The Brother

  • Still from Alive

  • Still from Bridgend

  • Still from Aïssa

Photo in header: Still: The Journals of Musan