I'm a storyteller who uses cinema as my language.
Growing up in a rural area in Seoul, Eunhye Hong Kim has observed the daily lives of people who survive at the edge of society without having an active voice to society or not having enough support to their life. After she moved to the United States when she was 19, it was an eye-opening moment for her. She could see the society that she lived in from a very different way and she found herself to be a storyteller who is naturally drawn to tell the stories of people whom she grew up with. She makes stories about women, teenagers, and immigrants that she could empathize.
  • Director (4 Credits)
    Diana2019
    Short, Student
    Mother, Flower2019
    Short, Student
    Se Shin Sa2016
    Documentary, Short, Student
    The Fever2014
    Short, Student
  • Writer (4 Credits)
    Diana2019
    Short, Student
    Mother, Flower2019
    Short, Student
    Se Shin Sa2016
    Documentary, Short, Student
    The Fever2014
    Short, Student
  • Producer (1 Credit)
    The Fever2014
    Short, Student
  • Director of Photography (1 Credit)
    Se Shin Sa2016
    Documentary, Short, Student
Student Spirit Award
The Fever
6th New Hope Film Festival
New Hope, PA
2015
Best of Festival
Se Shin Sa
Iowa City International Documentary Film Festival
College
California Institute of the Arts
Film Directing Program
20152019
College
School of the Art Institute of the Chicago
Film/ Video
20092015
I'm a storyteller who uses cinema as my language.
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