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JEONJU lab Jury / Mentor
KWON Ji-won
CEO of Little Big Pictures and non-executive director of Myung Films. He has distributed a number of films including Taegukgi (2004), The Host (2006), and Welcome to Dongmakgol (2005). Currently, he is in charge of the production investment of I Can Speak (2017), Miss Baek (2017), Time to Hunt (2020), Moonlit Winter (2019), Three Sisters (2020) and Go Back (2020).
KIM Okyoung
A writer, producer, and CEO of Story On, a documentary production company. She has written a number of TV shows including Modern Biography (KBS), Now I Can Speak (MBC), and History of World Civilizations (EBS), and has received the Korea TV & Radio Writers Award, the Korea Contents Award, a commendation from the Minister of Culture, the Korea Communications Commission Award for Best Writer, and Bogwan Order of Culture Merit. As a producer, her credits include several TV documentaries such as Space Theater (2017) and Soft Revolution (2019), and Crossing Beyond (2018), the official film of the PyeongChang Olympic Games. She co-produced the documentary film Evaporated (2019), and is the author of Art of Documentary (2021).
Gina KIM
Her five feature-length films and media artworks have been screened at most major international film festivals and at venues such as the MOMA, Centre Pompidou, and the Smithsonian. Her film Never Forever (2007) was the first co-production between the United States and South Korea; it premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and won the Jury Prize at the 2007 Deauville American. Final Recipe (2014), a co-production between South Korea and China starring Michelle YEOH and Henry LAU, was released in some 3,200 theaters in China. The VR film Bloodless (2017) was awarded the Best VR Story Award at the 2017 Venice Film Festival. She was a member of the Jury for the 66th Venice Film Festival, and taught film production and theory classes at Harvard University. Currently, she is a Professor at the UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television.
MOON Chang-yong
He has been directing documentaries works for over twenty years. In 2017, his first feature-length documentary, Becoming Who I Was (2016), won numerous awards including the Grand Prix of the Generation Kplus International Jury at the Berlinale and the Documentary Competition Award at the Seattle International Film Festival. He has directed approximately 100 TV documentaries including, From Winter to Spring, Nadia’s Mountain, The Secret of the Golden Ratio, Happiness Store, Steel Route, and The Five Islands in the Yellow Sea. In 2017, he founded the documentary production company Sonamu Films and is currently working on Inescapable Mountain.
Jung Jung-hwa
A film and television director. His debut film Lost And Found (2008) won the Grand Prix at the Fukuoka Asian Film Festival. He has directed a number of TV shows including tvN’s Cool Guys, Hot Ramen (2011) and My Cute Guys (2013), SBS’s My Absolute Boyfriend (2019) and JTBC’s The Wind Blows (2019). In 2018, his work The Best Moment to Quit Your Job won the Korea Communications Commission Award for Best Web Contents.
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KIM Ok-young
A writer, producer, and CEO of Story On, a documentary production company. She has written a number of TV shows including Modern Biography (KBS), Now I Can Speak (MBC), and History of World Civilizations (EBS), and has received the Korea TV & Radio Writers Award, the Korea Contents Award, a commendation from the Minister of Culture, the Korea Communications Commission Award for Best Writer, and Bogwan Order of Culture Merit. As a producer, her credits include several TV documentaries such as Space Theater (2017) and Soft Revolution (2019), and Crossing Beyond (2018), the official film of the PyeongChang Olympic Games. She co-produced the documentary film Evaporated (2019), and is the author of Art of Documentary (2021).
KIM Il-rhan
Activist of PINKS: Solidarity for Sexually Minor Cultures and Human Rights. Starting with Remember Me This Way (2005), produced 3xFTM (2008) and Two Doors (2011), and co-produced its sequel The Remnants (2016) with director LEE Hyuk-sang. Worked as a producer for Miracle on Jongno Street (2010), Nora Noh (2013), and Milyang, a Welcome Guest (2014).
LEE Chang-jae
Documentary director and professor of Graduate School of Advanced Imaging Science, Multimedia & Film at Chung-Ang University. He was invited to JEONJU IFF and Thessaloniki International Film Festival for Between (2006) and attracted the largest audience for documentaries at the time. Later produced “The Gap Between Existence Trilogy” such as On The Road (2012) and The Hospice (2014). He was recognized for his cinematic quality and popularity for Our President (2017).
LEE Hyuksang
As an activist of PINKS: Solidarity for Sexually Minor Cultures and Human Rights, he participated in a number of documentary productions and made his feature film debut with gay coming-out documentary Miracle on Jongno Street in 2010. He worked as a creative director for Two Doors (2012), a documentary about the Yongsan Disaster, and co-produced its sequel The Remnants (2016) with director KIM Il-rhan. Currently, he is working as a programmer for Diaspora Film Festival and preparing a documentary editing workshop project Sparging Lab. He is also working on the production of Little Monster, the first feature film project with PINKS.
HA Sinae
She participated in production and co-direction of Here Comes Uncle Joe (2013), with diverse partners: NHK, NRK, and ITVS. She co-produced Reach For The SKY (2015) with a Belgium production company. She is currently directing The Primate Citizen (2020), a creative documentary about an orangutan named Sandra, who is regarded as a non-human person.
JEONJU short Mentor
MIN Sungwook
MIN Sungwook is 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. He has served as Vice Festival Director of JEONJU International Film Festival, and supervised investments for numerous films including A Stray Goat (2016), The Poet and the Boy (2017), and Somewhere in Between (2018). He is a co-investor of Three Sisters (2021).
LEE Joondong
Festival Director of JEONJU IFF since 2019. He is the CEO of Now Films and Pine House Film. Starting with My Mother, the Mermaid (2004), he has produced a number of films including Never Forever (2006), A Brand New Life (2009), Poetry (2010), A Girl at My Door (2014), Hwayi: A Monster Boy (2013), Burning (2018), and Birthday (2018).
Sponsor&Partner Award
KIM Dongbin
Jury of Avin&Company Award
Debuted in 2015 with feature documentary film Upside Down, and worked as documentary broadcasting and film producer at KBS, EBS VICE etc. Also he directed some music videos for CJ entertainment and many commercial advertisements. He was a jury of Cebu International Film Festival, advisory of Indieground under the Korean Film Council, and worked as a director of Innovation Management at Let's Farm and director of Management Planning of Reputer. He has established Avin & Company and currently serves as CEO. He is also a member of Director's Guild of Korea (DGK).
LEE Jongmoon
Jury of FurmoDT Award
He is in charge of the business planning department of Production Furmo DT, which specializes in media localization. Since 2009, he has participated in JEONJU IFF as a localization partner and supported Korean films overseas for English translation and subtitles. Since 2019, he has been a Grand Jury member of the New York Festival TV & Film Awards.
KIM Hyung-seok
Jury of Jeonju IT&CT Industry Promotion Agency(JICA) Award
He worked as a contents review committee member and editor-in-chief of a film magazine, writing several specialized films. He is currently the head of the contents business Team of Jeonju IT&CT Industry Promotion Agency(JICA). He wrote the film's introductory document, Film Exploration Life with the director which he participated as a producer of K-style musical music film Again (2018). He wrote books Living Like a Movie 365 (2012), There is something special about a hit movie (2005), Character Business (2000), Film Marketing Business (1999).
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