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서울국제여성영화제

사이트맵

ARCHIVE

20th(2018)



SFdrome

KIM Soyoung

  • Korea
  • 2018
  • World Premiere
  • 26min
  • DCP
  • color
  • Experiment

World Premiere

KIM So-young’s latest film, which can be called her own version of No Home Movie, was born right at the intersection of the Women’s History Trilogy and the Exile Documentary Trilogy. YI So-yeon set out on a space journey in 2008 at the spaceport Baikonur Cosmodrome located in Kyzylorda, Kazakhstan where “radical” socialist JU Se-juk had been put into exile since 1938. The images capturing the movement of the feminists “mingling with the world by hiding the light of their wisdom and virtue” even “in the darkness” prompts us to long for time and space in science fiction that have not come yet. [SHIN Eunshil]

Director

  • KIM SoyoungKIM Soyoung

    KIM Soyoung directed Women's History Trilogy (Koryu: Southern women/South Korea, I'll Be Seeing Her, New Woman: Her First Song) screened at many international film festivals including Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival. She also helmed the feature length fiction film Viewfinder(2010), and the documentary Drifting City about African traders in Guangzhou, China. She recently completed her Exile Trilogy composed of Goodbye My Love, North Korea, as well as Heart of Snow, Heart of Blood and Sound of Nomad: Koryo Arirang.

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