12 young filmmakers from 9 countries
CANNOT be done without supports of industry professionals
1988 Graduated Korea Academy of Film Arts (KAFA), Class 4
1991 Made his debut as a director with As You Please
Directed NHK Documentary, Birds of Korea
1993 Directed The 101st Proposition
1996—2000 Managing Director of Busan International Film Festival
2005 Directed Love Is a Crazy Thing
Invited to Udine International Film Festival, Gothenburg International Film Festival, Bangkok International Film Festival, and Tokyo International Film Festival
2007—2010 CEO of Balcon (Inc.)
2010 Produced Camellia, an omnibus film co-directed by Wisit SASANATIENG (Thailand), YUKISADA Isao (Japan) and JANG Jun-hwan (Korea)
2010—Present Director of Busan Film Commission
President of Asian Film Commissions Network (AFCNet)
1979 Born in Noda City, Chiba.
2000 Started working in Asahidake Onsen, and visted Daisetsuzan for the first time.
2010 Graduated Tokyo Photography School
2010~ Returned to Higashikawa and started his professional career as a photographer. Yukinori also works in a local tourism industry as a guide.
Born in Hokkaido, Japan in 1976. Eiji studied film making at USC. His short film "6pm" received a grand prix prize at the California Independent Film Festival. He is now preparing for his first feature film.
Born in 1970. CHOI was an assistant director for Whispering Corridors (1998), which was the first episode of the horror film series, Yeogo Gwae-dam. (VOICE is the fourth episode of Yeogo Gwae-dam.) Although this is his debut film as a director, he's been active in the field beyond the boundaries of commercial films, art films, and experimental films. CHOI majored in linguistics at Seoul National University and graduated from the Korean Academy of Film Arts. He also studied at the San Francisco Art Institute, earning an MFA in Filmmaking (2002).
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TASK 3 Shooting
TASK 3 Shooting