Statement:  Growing up in a rural area in Seoul, I have observed the daily lives of people who survive at the edge of society without having an active voice to society or not having enough support to their life. Though I feel painful throughout the process of research, make them into stores, and endure the means of finishing the film, I continue telling these issues to understand them and rethink the society that I live in.

Statement:

Growing up in a rural area in Seoul, I have observed the daily lives of people who survive at the edge of society without having an active voice to society or not having enough support to their life. Though I feel painful throughout the process of research, make them into stores, and endure the means of finishing the film, I continue telling these issues to understand them and rethink the society that I live in.

Eunhye Hong Kim


Contact:

e.h.hongkim@gmail.com

eunhyekim@alum.calarts.edu


Bio:

Eunhye Hong Kim is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Fine Arts in Film Directing at California Institute of the Arts. She was a recipient of Alison Dorner Pioneering Women Filmmaker award and selected as a CalArts Fellowship in 2016 Flaherty seminar. She has screened her films internationally such as Atlanta, Chicago, Denver, Lima, and Los Angeles.