Born in Alba Italy in 1970, he studied Philosophy, Human Sciences and Film History at the Universita di Torino. In 1999 he starts the collaboration with the Torino Film Festival and becomes the curator of the Italian Competitions in 2005. 2002-2009 he´s been a programmer of Turin GLBT Film Festival for which is edited several retrospectives. From 2015 to 2018 he was director of Doclisboa with Cintia Gil. In 2022 he is collaborating with the National Film Museum in Torino.
Born in Busan in 1966. She is an independent filmmaker and professor at the Saar University of Fine Arts. With her debut film Full Metal Village she won the renowned Max Ophuels Prize, the Hessian Film Prize, the Schleswig-Holstein Film Prize and the like. Afterward, she directed other Heimat films; Home From Home, Far East Devotion - Love Letters From Pyongyang, Two Voices From Korea, and My Brothers and Sisters in the North.
He had worked for Jeonju IFF as a programmer and a producer of Jeonju Digital Project, and produced and launched Jeonju Project Market from 2001 to 2012. After that, he has worked for Muju Film Festival as a Vice festival director and programmer, Warsaw Film Festival as a senior programme advisor, Docs Port Incheon (Asian Documentary Project Market) as a founding member and producer, and a committee member of DMZ Docs and EIDF.
KIM started out as a film critic and screening planner at Gangneung Cinematheque. Currently heading the Executive Committee of the Seoul Independent Film Festival, she has so far handled the distribution and marketing of films such as Exhausted (2009), Romance in Seoul (2014) and Jamsil (2016) and produced Cinema with you (2017) and Citizen Pane (2022). She teaches indie films at the School of Film, TV and Multimedia, Korea National University of Arts, and Graduate School of Communication and Arts, Yonsei Univ.
LEE has directed many short films and acted in some. Her shorts Shhhhh (2009) and See You Tomorrow (2011) were invited for screenings at the Berlin and Busan International as well as Seoul Independent Film Festivals. Snowball (2020), her feature debut, won the KTH Award at BIFF, and New Choice Award at SIFF.
Choi Si-hyung is an actor and director. It made his debut when he was casted in Five Is Too Many in 2005. He started his career as a director with Big Good,, which was introduced to Jeonju International Film Festival, Cinema Digital Seoul and Seoul Independent Film Festival, etc. Afterward, he wrote and directed Just YoU, Dance to nostalgia, Romance in Seoul-ep.1, and Young Poem.. His most recent work, Cinema or Teais currently being edited. As an actor, he was starred in Light My Fire, A Trip to the Moon, You Do Not Leave Me, Write or Dance, A Quiet Dream, etc.