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Jury for the Preliminaries (Features)

KIM Byeong-gyu

Korea / Film Critic

Kim Byeong-gyu is a film student and a film critic.

KIM Sukyun

Korea / Cinematheque Seoul Art Cinema Programmer

Kim Sukyun wrote about films working for Pressian Movie and translated films for festivals. Since 2011, she has been working in the Program Department at Cinematheque Seoul Art Cinema.

NA Wonjeong

Korea / Joongang Daily News Journalist

As a film journalist, Na Wonjeong built her career in movie magazines such as Screen, Movieweek, Maxmovie, Magazine M, and now works for Joongang Daily News. She is also on KBS radio and podcasts as a film reviewer, meets audience through film festivals and events.

NAM Da-eun

Korea / Film Critic

Nam Daeun made her debut with her winning of Film Criticism Award by Cine 21 in 2004. She is the editor-in-chief at Magazine Filo. Her books include The Time of Feelings and Desires (Publisher: Gang).

PARK Koonje

Korea / Director

Park Koonje graduated from the Korea National University of Arts and continues to make films. His main interests lie on everyday stories expressed through the faded and distorted images of memory. His most recent work includes Some Errors of the Construction-universe (2020).

BAE Juyeon

Korea / Film Researcher

Research professor at the Critical Global Studies of Sogang University; Committee member of the Seoul Women's Film Festival; Memory studies scholar in films and media. Her research interests include gender, genocide and diaspora in East Asian Cinema.

 

Jury for the Preliminaries (Shorts)

MOON Chang-hyeon

Korea / Director

Moon Chang-hyeon started a documentary filmmaking community, Ozifilm, based in Busan in 2011. Since then, she has been film activist and directed documentaries, among which are Between Me and I (2013), Gipeusil (2018). She is currently working on projects including Daughters of Gumi , while participating in various activities such as community screening and media education.

SONG Arum

Korea / Film Critic

Song A-rum is a film critic and a film researcher. She debuted as a winner of the New Film Critic Awards sponsored by Korea Film Critic Association in 2014. She now writes for Le Mond Diplomatique. She graduated with a Ph.D. in Korean literature; now teaches film and theatre in several universities.