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Female - 1962/09/22

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Born in 1962, Hong Hyungsook began her film career as a documentary filmmaker in 1987, producing such labor-issue oriented work as [Battle Line] and [54 Days of that Summer]. She received the Best Documentary Award at the 1st Seoul Documentary Film and Video Festival with her [Doomealee], [A New School is Opening]. Her next film, [On-Line: an Inside View of Korean Independent Film], a documentary on the anguish and self reflective nature of Korean independent filmmakers, was invited to both Berlin and Amsterdam Film Festival. The recipient of Best Korean Documentary Award at the 3rd PIFF with her [Reclaiming Our Names].

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