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11th(2009)



Nodl’s Spring

LEE Dasom

  • Korea
  • 2008
  • 10min
  • DV6mmdigital
  • color
  • Documentary


 Synopsis
 NODL Night School has been educating and preparing disabled adults for their qualification exams for elementary, middle and high school graduation certificates, but it has to vacate the classrooms which it has been using for 15 years. Lack of support from government agencies forces NODL Night School to set up a tent at Marronnier Park in Daehak-ro and teach there until it can afford a new place.
 
 Program Note
 Nodl Night School has been educating and preparing disabled adults for their qualification exams for elementary, middle and high school graduation certificates, but now it has to vacate the classrooms that it has been using for 15 years. Lack of support from governmental agencies forces Nodl Night School to set up a tent in Marronnier Park in Daehak-ro and teach there until it can afford a new place. This documentary earnestly follows the situation with a camera - from a fund-raising performance to the closure of the tent school. It shines with the director’s study of social circumstances and interacts with them, using visual images. (Jay SOHN)

Director

  • LEE DasomLEE Dasom

    Lee decided to devote herself to social good when she was a third-year student in middle school, after participating in the famine camp hosted by World Vision. With the dreams to shine light upon the dark sides of the world, she advanced to media-related school in order to become a documentary film director. She is currently a third-year student in Film and Media department of Ewha Media High School.

Credit

  • ProducerKIM Yoo-jin
  • Cinematography KIM Se-hyun
  • Editor KIM Yeongah