Asian Cinema Fund 2018
- Script Development Fund
- Production Support Fund
- Post-Production Fund
- Asian Network of Documentary(AND) Fund
- ACF Showcase
- AND Programs
2012 Asian Network of Documentary (AND) Fund
|Project||Shall we dance?|
A series of labor movements made KT’s full-time workers go through hell and high water. Now turned middle age, they engage in another resistance. In 2002, KT became privatized and started to weed out its workers who joined the democratic labor movements. They were transferred to strange places, reassigned to unfamiliar positions and exposed to all sorts of workplace bullying. They seemed to hold up fairly well but their long-term resistance started to crumble. They no longer want to sacrifice the present for an uncertain future. These workers want to be cheerful and dignified again. For the sake of believing and leading a righteous life, they step up their fight against the life being ruled by the conglomerate.
Workers in the 80s and 90s dreamed of making the world a better place to live. They have survived the restructuring are now in their middle age. They no longer dream of their dreams. The reality don’t allow them keep their hopes. What was once their dream, now it is turned into guilt as they are either fired and demoted. The capital controls the workers with constant suppression and violence. The film portrays their resistance to despotism of capital and their attempt to build a new life.