“My Roots”, directed by Dmitry Lee, a young Kazakh director, was screened in South Korea.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute, quoting kz.24, the film is the story of life and experience of a young man who encounters citizens of the United States, Spain and Ukraine at his hometown. The young Kazakh spends a year and a half in the city of Incheon with his wife and two children, exporting cars. Then he works for a while as the editor and announcer of the English language Kazakh TV channel.
This is the eighth annual International Documentary Film Festival to be held in South Korea, featuring 51 films from 18 countries.