The 11th Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF), which this year runs from April 29 to May 7, has announced its Korean feature film competition line-up of eight independent films, including She Came From, directed by Kim Sung-ho (Into The Mirror).

The surrealistic story is about a film director in Busan who runs into a mysterious woman on a motorcycle and another woman who is searching for her daughter after leaving her family 20 years ago.

The other films in the line-up are: Park Dong-hun’s Kimu; The Strange Dance, a documentary about Korea’s endangered early modern buildings, centering on the former military dictatorships’ Defense Security Command headquarters Kimusa; Shin Su-won’s autobiographical film Passerby #3 about a struggling film director, So Joon-moon’s debut feature REC depicting a couple recording themselves in a motel to commemorate their fifth anniversary, Yoon Tae-sik’s road movie Themselves, Lee Sam-chil’s Kafka-inspired Metamorphosis, Kim Ki-hoon’s The Boy From Ipanema, a surf-inspired melodrama about heartbreak and new love, and Seo She-chin’s documentary Before The Full Moon, about the Ssangyong Motor strike of 2009 when workers were cut off behind factory walls for 77 days.