JIFF, which has a focus on independent and digital films, has been sponsoring short film projects annually since 2000 to promote digital cinema.
Three film-makers receive about $50,000 to produce a short with a running time of 30 minutes. The films are presented as an omnibus, and have traveled as such to international film festivals.
Last year, Locarno International Film Festival presented 21 of the JIFF short digital films in a special section titled Digital Asia.
The Jeonju Digital Project 2007 runs April 26 to May 4.
Farocki's Westerbork deals with the lives of Jews in a transit camp during WWII, Green's Correspondences presents a teenage cyber relationship, and Costa's as yet untitled work portrays everyday life in a shanty town outside Lisbon.
Last year's three works were by Darezhan Omirbayev, Erick Khoo and Pen-ek Ratanaruang.