Asian Cinema Fund 2018
- Script Development Fund
- Production Support Fund
- Post-Production Fund
- Asian Network of Documentary(AND) Fund
- ACF Showcase
- AND Programs
2010 Asian Network of Documentary (AND) Fund
|Project||Let the River Flow|
Under the Four Major Rivers Restoration Project, organic farmers in the Paldang region were being forced to relocate. Two Famers in Paldang Organic Farming Village, No Tae-hwan and Lee Gang-jae were really busy participating in Paldang joint task force and doing farming work. Faced with unexpected difficulties, they were under threat of giving up on their own land. The plan to build the Young-Joo dam was decided and Keum-Kang village was designated as a submerged area. Korea Water Resources Corporation (K-Water) took every measure to make villagers to accept the Young-Joo dam project; then it divided the villagers of the Committee against the Young-Joo Dam Construction into two parts. The elders of the village decided to relocate although Jang Jin-soo, who newly returned to farming, tried to reinforce activities of the committee. At Keum-Kang village, the villagers are doing now their last farming before the dam construction.
The city life is full of hustle and bustle and doesn’t allow us to have time to think about what Four Major Rivers Restoration Project really is. When we get to the actual construction site, we can see the true nature of this project. With Four Major Rivers Restoration Project, the environment will be destroyed and the villages around are in danger of being submerged. We want to show the impact of this project on people’s life.