Statement: I found myself drawn to narrative film as a form of expression, and specifically to the power of narrative film to communicate multiple dimensions of personal experience and social landscape. As a screenwriter and a director, I started to deeply care about sensitive social issues related to women, teenagers, and people in the marginalized portion of the society.

 

Statement:

I found myself drawn to narrative film as a form of expression, and specifically to the power of narrative film to communicate multiple dimensions of personal experience and social landscape. As a screenwriter and a director, I started to deeply care about sensitive social issues related to women, teenagers, and people in the marginalized portion of the society.

Eunhye Hong Kim


Contact:

e.h.hongkim@gmail.com

eunhyekim@alum.calarts.edu


Bio:

Eunhye Hong Kim is currently pursing her Master's degree in Fine Arts in Film Directing at California Institute of the Arts. She was born in Seoul, Korea, and works both countries. She was recently selected as a CalArts Fellowship in 2016 Flaherty seminar and screened her films internationally.