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JEONJU lab Jury·Mentor
KIM Ok-young
A writer, producer, and CEO of StoryOn, a production company specialized in documentary films. She wrote scripts for Modern Biography (KBS), Now We Can Speak Out (MBC), and World Civilizations (EBS).She was awarded the Korea Broadcasting Writer’s Award, Korea Contents Award, Commendation from the Culture Tourism Sports Ministry and Order of Culture Merit. She also produced documentary films like Spacechild (2017), Soft Revolution (2019) and especially participated in Crossing Beyond, the official documentary film on the PyeongChang Winter Olympic games in its production. She also co-produced Vanished (2019) and wrote Techniques of Documentary. .
SHIN Su-won
She won the awards, JJ-Star at the JEONJU IFF in 2010, Asia’s Best Film at the Tokyo IFF with his first feature film, Passerby #3. In 2012, Circle Line received the Canal+ Prize at the Critics’ Week of the Cannes Film Festival and Pluto awarded the Special Mention from Youth Jury Generation 14plus at Berlinale in 2013. In addition, Madonna (2015) was invited to Cannes for Un Certain Regard. Glass Garden opened the 22nd Busan IFF and Light for the Youth was released in 2019. Her recent film, Hommage (2015) was invited to the Tokyo IFF’s International Competition section and this year’s JEONJU IFF.
LEE Dongha
He has participated in various film productions, including A Brand New Life (2009), co-produced with France and Korea, Poetry (2010), which won the Best Screenplay at the Cannes Film Festival, Hwayi: A Monster Boy (2013), A Man and A Woman (2015) and etc. In 2014, he founded a production company, REDPETER FILMS, and produced the Korean zombie thriller, Train to Busan (2016) which attracted 11.56 million audiences in Korea and also made a huge box office success overseas. Since then, he has participated in the productions of Psychokinesis (2017), Another Child (2018), Birthday (2018), and Peninsula (2020), which set four years after Train to Busan.
JEE Hyewon
Her documentary film, Mom and Clarinet (2015, KBS) won the Gold Award at the New York TV & Film Festival, the ABU Grand Prize, and was nominated at the Intl. Emmy Awards. Her first feature documentary film, Singing with Angry Birds (2016) was invited to 25 different international film festivals, including the Amsterdam IFF and Sheffield DocFest. Free Minu was selected as the opening film at the DMZ Docs in 2018 while Home away from home received the Grand Feature Award at the Seoul Independent Film Festival in 2021.
CHANG
Chang made his debut as a music video director with "Waiting" sung by BoA in 2002. Since then, he has worked on 250 music videos and commercial films, being awarded the Best Music Video Director in 2007. In the following year, he made his directorial feature debut, Death Bill which made him successfully inroad in film directing. He continuously worked on films, including The Target (2014) and Canola (2016), while expanding his career with Chinese film, Reset (2016). His latest work, Rose Mansion, will be streaming on Tving where his challenge goes on.
JEONJU short Jury·Mentor
MIN Sungwook
A film producer, television writer, scriptwriter, and professor at Paekche Institute of the Arts. During his term as CEO of Baekam Art Hall, he produced a number of film-to-musical adaptations. As the Vice Festival Director of the JEONJU IFF, he supervised investments for numerous films, including A Stray Goat (2016), The Poet and The Boy (2017), and Somewhere in Between (2020). He is a co-investor of Three Sisters (2020) (2020).
PARK Heungsik
He made his directorial debut with I Wish I Had a Wife (2001) and directed many films like My Mother, The Mermaid (2004), Memories of the Sword (2015), and LOVE, LIES (2016). Since he was appointed as the chief director of the Jeon Ju Film Commission in 2019, he has made every effort to develop the film industry in Jeonju and Jeonbuk Province.
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KIM Okyoung
A writer, producer, and CEO of StoryOn, a production company specialized in documentary films. She wrote scripts for Modern Biography (KBS), Now We Can Speak Out (MBC), and World Civilizations (EBS).She was awarded the Korea Broadcasting Writer’s Award, Korea Contents Award, Commendation from the Culture Tourism Sports Ministry and Order of Culture Merit. She also produced documentary films like Spacechild (2017), Soft Revolution (2019) and especially participated in Crossing Beyond, the official documentary film on the PyeongChang Winter Olympic games in its production. She also co-produced Vanished (2019) and wrote Techniques of Documentary.
KIM Il-rhan
She is an activist for PINKS: Solidarity For Sexually Minor Cultures & Human Rights. She has promoted various cultural movements based on feminism. As a director, she directed Remember Me This Way (2005), 3xFTM (2008) and Two Doors (2011), and co-directed The Remnants (2016) with Lee Hyuksang. In addition, as a producer, she participated in the productions of Miracle on Jongno Street (2010), Nora Noh (2013), and Milyang, a Welcome Guest (2014).
YUN Jero
Promise (2010) won Grand Prize at AISFF in 2011. Looking for North Koreans (2012) received Special Mention by the Jury in Cinema Planeta. Yun’s recent feature, Fighter (2021) was invited to Berlinale and his latest documentary Song Hae 1927 (2021) was invited to many film festivals.
LEE Hyuksang
He has participated in many documentary productions for the media group PINKS, and made his feature film debut with Miracle on Jongno Street (2010). After participating as a creative director in the documentary Two Doors (2012) about the Yongsan Disaster, he directed the sequel Remnants (2016). He served as producer and editor in PINKS' 10th documentary Coming to you (2021) and is currently preparing for the feature film, Little Monster. While working as a programmer for the Diaspora Film Festival in Incheon, he runs the documentary editing workshop, Sparging Lab.
HA Sinae
She participated as a producer and co-director on Here Comes Uncle Joe (2013), which was co-produced with foreign broadcasters such as NHK, NRK, and ITVS, and also worked as a producer on Reach For The SKY (2015) and 1989 Berlin, Seoul Now (2021) with a Belgian film company. Currently, she is directing The Primate Citizen (2020), the creative documentary.
JEONJU Cinema Project: Next Edition
KIM Jong-kwan
He directed films including Worst Woman (2016), The Table (2016), Josée (2020), and Shades of the Heart (2021). He produced a number of short films including How to Operate Polaroid Camera (2004) and Made up Story (2021). Currently working on various projects including performances, exhibitions, publications, and music videos.
Daniel KASMAN
Born in California, USA. He is the VP of Content at MUBI, a curated subscription-based streaming service. Additionally, he is a founder and editor-in-chief of Notebook, MUBI’s daily international film publication and biannual print magazine.
Sung MOON
Starting with the JEONJU IFF program team in 2004, she has been active in film festivals and documentary industry forums, including the Busan IFF, JEONJU Project, and Docs Port Incheon. She had worked at the Korean Film Council as a representative of Latin America for eight years since 2012 and founded the Buenos Aires Korean Film Festival in Argentina in 2014. She has been working as a programmer for JEONJU IFF since 2019. Also, she is an editor of the books including I AM INDEPENDENTE - Beyond Mainstream: 7 Women Directors (2021), What Will Be Of Cinema? (2021), and Introduction to the Quay Brothers: Stop Motion, Dormitorium, Drawings (2020).
LEE Choong-jik
Born in Boeun, Korea. After earning his BA and MA in Theater and Film at the College of Arts at Chung-Ang University, he studied Production at ESRA (École Supérieure de Réalisation Audiovisuelle) in France. He served as the festival director of the 1st Seoul Intl. Independent Film Festival, director of the 2nd Korean Film Council, director of the Digital Cinema Promotion Committee, and the dean of the Graduate School of Advanced Imaging Science at Chung-Ang University. In 2015, he was appointed the festival director of JEONJU IFF and worked until 2019.
Cristina NORD
Born in 1968 in Korbach, Germany, she studied general and comparative literature in Berlin and Latin American studies in San José, Costa Rica. After graduating with a Master of Arts, she worked as a journalist and editor. Between 2002 and 2015, she worked as a film editor for the culture section of the German taz. die tageszeitung newspaper. In parallel, she taught film criticism at the Free University of Berlin and was a member of the selection panel for the German-language documentary film festival Duisburger Filmwoche. She contributed to the Filmtip program for the German broadcaster WDR and wrote numerous essays and the book, True Blood (Diaphanes, Berlin and Zürich 2015). In 2015, she began working at the Goethe Institut and took over as head of programming for the South West European region in Brussels.
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