SOA Section

The SOA (State of the Art) section of the Jeju Drone Film Festival is a competitive section in which videos filmed by drones are recognized for their artistic achievements and aims to demonstrate the current state of drone film art and technology. Drone films and photos by artists from Korea, China, Japan and Taiwan will be divided into 6 categories, in each of which a prize will be awarded. 


The winners of each category will be chosen by the official jury of the Jeju Drone Film Festival.



Landscape-Jeju

The most common subject in drone film is the landscape, as it is considered as particularly suitable for drone filming. 


This category will present films that show Jeju’s sceneries under a new light thanks to drones. 



Dronie

The casual and simple technique of “selfies” applied to drones can produce some surprising results if done creatively. This category will introduce films that go beyond the simple ‘selfies’. 


Freestyle FPV

This category will present films shot with FPV (First-person view) racing drones flying in freestyle through an area. 


Showreel

This category will present drone video footage shot during the last year and edited into video portfolios.


Creative

This category will present works displaying creative methods of drone shooting that couldn’t be included to any other category. 


Still Photography

This category presents photos taken with drones. 

SOA Section

The SOA (State of the Art) section of the Jeju Drone Film Festival is a competitive section in which films or photos using drones are recognized for their artistic achievements. The section aims to demonstrate the current state of art and technology in drone filming and aerial photography. In our second edition, we ex- panded the scope of entries from East Asia to the rest of the world, and the number of categories, from six to nine. During the seven weeks of submission period, a total about 615 works from about 60 countries were submitted to the JDFF, and 55 of them were selected as finalists. The JDFF’s official jury members will select and award one of the best works of each category.

Jun Huijin, Programmer of the JDFF



Landscape

This category will present films showing the beauty and mystery of Mother Nature all around the world. 


Portrait of Jeju

This category will present films that show Jeju’s sceneries under a new light thanks to drones.;


 Dronie

The casual and simple technique of “selfies” applied to drone can produce some surprising results if done creatively. This category will introduce films that go beyond the simple “selfies”.


Freestyle FPV

This category will present films shot wifh FPV (First-Person View) racing drones flying in freestyle through an area.


News & Documentary

This category will show news and documentary films shot with drones or dealing with drones as a theme.


Narrative 

The drone footage is not only used for setting shots or landscape shots in narrative films. In itself, it becomes a great movie.


Innovation

This category will present innovative and experimental works displaying creative methods of drone shooting that couldn’t be included to any other category.


Showreel

This category will present works displaying drone video footage shot during the last two years and edited into video portfolios for promotional purposes


Still Photography

This category will introduce photos taken with drones.

       

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