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Pitching Project

Overview

The Pitching Project serves as a planning and development platform to encourage the creativity of filmmakers by expanding the message of peace across to the broader arts and cultural sector and nurturing the development of new perspectives and diversity of ideas. The PIPFF emphasizes with and support projects that focus on the impending agenda of our times, examine social issues and/or delve into the troubles of a divided nation.

Program
  • Date
    Sunday, Jun. 26, 2022
  • Location
    Alpensia Resort Convention Center 1F, Pyeongchang Hall
  • Attendees
    12 shortlisted teams
  • Results announced
    Tuesday, Jun. 28, 2022 at the Awards Ceremony
Award
  • Feeling Peace
    Through pitching presentations, up to 5 movie ideas that are scalable and strongly founded while best representing the spirit of peace sought by PIPFF, will be selected for a total 40 million KRW of cash prize, given out in different amounts.

  

Pitching Director PARK Eun Young

Planning Director and Producer at Rocket Film. Starting with the JPP Project Pitching as part of the JPM at the 2009 Jeonju International Film Festival, she established herself as an unrivaled pitching director, participating in the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival, the Korea Creative Content Agency, the Busan International Film Festival, the Busan Film Commission, O'PITCH hosted by CJ ENM, and the 2020 Seoul International Women's Film Festival. Her lectures on pitching and activities as a pitching director will continue beyond PIPFF 2021.

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