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4th DMZ Docs(2012)

I AM DOCU

International Competition

White Goose Award

With or Without Me

Tran Phuong THAO, Swann DUBUS
  • Vietnam
  • 2011
  • 80min
  • DigiBeta
  • color

Director

  • Tran Phuong THAO

     Born in 1977, Vietnam. She studied foreign trade and interpretation in Hanoi, and went to France to become a professional filmmaker. She acquired her Masters in Documentary Directing at the Université de Poitiers, France in 2004. She now works along side Swann, in Hanoi, as a co - director in a variety of documentary films, including With or Without Me.​ Finding Phong (2015) With or Without me (2011) Worker’s Dream (2007)​ 
  • Swann DUBUS

    Studied literature and cinema and has been filming and directing documentary films since 2000. Swann has worked in both Europe, Africa and Asia. He now lives and works in Hanoi, Vietnam, alongside Thao.With or Without Me (2011) L. Ville (2006) 1970-1989 (2005)Lettre à L. et à Elles Toutes (2003)​ 

Credit

  • ProducerTRAN Phuong Thao, Swann DUBUS
  • Cinematography Swann DUBUS
  • Editor Julie BEZIAU
  • Sound TRAN Phuong Thao

Special Jury Award

Give Up Tomorrow

Michael COLLINS
  • USA, UK
  • 2011
  • 95min
  • HD
  • color

Director

  • Michael COLLINS

    Michael is the founder of Thoughtful Robot, a New York City-based production company committed to telling compelling social justice stories that galvanize change. In 2006, he completed Life is a Celebration - a short film that followed a group of New Yorkers traveling to India to attend the world’ s largest spiritual gathering. In 2010 Michael’s short film Gerthy’s Roots, shot on location in Haiti, about a community driven reforestation initiative, was granted the Mandela Day Tribeca All Access Award.  Give Up Tomorrow (2011) Gerthy’s Roots (2010) Life is a Celebration (2006) Caught in an Injustice (2005)​ 

Credit

  • ProducerMarty SYJUCO
  • Screenwriter Michael COLLINS, Eric METZGAR, Marty SYJUCO
  • Cinematography oshua WEINSTEIN, Michael COLLINS
  • Editor Eric METZGAR
  • Sound Michael COLLINS

Korean Competition

Best Korean Documentary Award

Summer Days in Bloom

GO U-jung, ROH Eun-ji
  • Korea
  • 2012
  • 75min
  • HD
  • color

Director

  • GO U-jung, ROH Eun-ji

    Go U-jung and Roh Eun-ji met in college and made a documentary about people living with HIV and their human rights, Over the Border. During production of this film, they got to know Gabriel and captured his life on camera, which led them to their rece nt documentary Summer Days in Bloom. Summer Days in Bloom (2012) Over the Border (2008)​ 

Credit

  • Cinematography 고유정, 노은지, 윤한기, 김두열
  • Editor 고유정, 노은지
  • Sound 표용수

Turn It Up to Eleven 2 : WILD DAYS

BAEK Seung-hwa
  • Korea
  • 2012
  • 91min
  • HD
  • color

Director

  • BAEK Seung-hwa

    Baek Seung-hwa studied animation at Kaywon School of Art & Design. He has built his career as both a storyboard writer and a drummer. Baek is Currently focusing on making music-related films and documentaries. Turn It up To Eleven 2: Wild Days (2012) Lateness (2012) Turn It Up to Eleven (2009) Good Night (2006)​ 

Credit

  • Producer김화범
  • Cinematography 조용운
  • Editor 백승화
  • Sound 표용수

Youth Competition

Best Youth Documentary Award

Less Than 1%

HA Seo-young
  • Korea
  • 2012
  • 54min
  • HDV
  • color

Director

  • HA Seo-young

    For 6 years, Ha Seo-young went to two alternative schools, Gandhi Village School and Road Schola. She was a chief editor of the school newsletter, RoadRock. While continued writing, Ha has been inundated with questions such as: “Aren’t you planning go to college?”, “What high school do you go to?” and “Aren’t you supposed to be in school?”. To clean up all these questions, she decided to make a documentary Less Than 1%. Less Than 1% (2012)​ 

Credit

  • Screenwriter 하서영
  • Cinematography 하서영, 김범, 이창준
  • Editor 하서영

Excellence Youth Documentary Award

I Want to Be a Nineteen

YU Min-ah, JUNG Min-su, KIM Su-min, KIM Seul-gi
  • Korea
  • 2011
  • 27min
  • HDV
  • color

Director

  • YU Min-ah, JUNG Min-su, KIM Su-min, KIM Seul-gi

    The quartet teamed up when they frequented the Gangneung Media Center. They joined the record team of the Jeongdongjin Independent Film Festival. Since then, they continued to work together in various visual projects. They founded a youth filmmaking club called ‘Rubicon Film’ and pursue their passion of filmmaking.  I Want to Be a Nineteen (2011)​ 

Credit

  • Cinematography 유민아, 정민수, 김수민, 김슬기 YU Min-ah, JUNG Min-su, KIM Su-min, KIM Seul-gi
  • Editor 유민아, 정민수, 김슬기 YU Min-ah, JUNG Min-su, KIM Seul-gi
  • Sound 정민수, 김수민 JUNG Min-su, KIM Su-min