Director Kim Gok's "Exhausted" received the Grand prize from the Seoul Independent Film Festival which ended on December 19. "Exhausted" is a film about a prostitute in an industrial area.
The Best film award went to PARK Ji-youn's animation "The Things She Can't Avoid in the City". The imaginative story of a struggling woman in the city previously competed at the Melbourne International Animation Festival, Women's Film Festival in Seoul, and Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival.
Kim Gok directed the 2006 productions Geo-Lobotomy and a short film which is part of the omnibus film "If You Were Me 3", both co-directed with Kim Sun.
Yi Ch'ang-ho (KOFIC)
Kodak award: "Land of the Scarecrow"s (ROH Kyeong-tae)
The suicide death of actor Ahn Jae-hwan because his debt shocked the nation. Then, the suicide death of Korea's commercial queen and sweetheart, Choi Jin-sil, friend to Ahn and his wife/comedian Jeong Seon-hee, jolted the nat,...More
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