Korea: The DMZ Korean International Documentary Festival (DMZ DOCS) is an annual festival for documentary films organized by Gyeonggi province. The Festival presents documentaries on the theme of peace, reconciliation and pacific coexistence, promoting internationally the documentary genre as a powerful means of communication between peoples.
The fourth edition of the DMZ Korean International Documentary Festival (DMZ DOCS) was held in September 2012 in Paju, a South Korean City bordering North Korea. The Festival offers 100 documentary films from 30 countries around the world on the theme of peace, reconciliation and pacific coexistence, and was appropriately held in the former military facility of the US Army ‘Camp Greaves’. As an event within the event, an exhibition of pictures by renowned South Korean photographer KIM Jung-man was held. Commemorating 60th Korean War anniversary, KIM Jung-man photographs showed the landscapes and people living in the Korean demilitarized zone.
The exhibition was set in the most suitable scenario: an abandoned US Army concrete shelter where the photos on the walls have been lit by a network of 23 x D.T.S. FOS 100 FULL COLOUR LED bars. Four D.T.S. NICK NRG 1201 LED moving head projectors have also been installed at the four corners of the building. The D.T.S. fixtures have been supplied by NES Korea Co. Ltd., a company which specialises in providing design, lighting and audio consulting.
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