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2017



Bossy Girls

YUN Dahee, Kim Ji-hyen

  • Korea
  • 40min

2018년 6월 완성예정

Synopsis

The democracy of South Korea has been fast improving. Why, however, have woman's rights in South Korea been killed off? South Korea became a powerful nation of the mass media through K-drama and K-pop. But women have not been shown in a democratic way in the media. Women are still being objected and exploited by the fixed image in the media.

Dahee and Jihyun who are young woman film makers are agonizing that how to live as a feminist film maker in South Korea. Meanwhile, They pay attention to a Feminism movement on the internet in 2017. Their camera follows a passage of a woman’s movement in South Korea through a story from current net feminists and old feminists. Futhermore, their camera keeps going to catch a feminist’s story in another Asia countries as China, Taiwan and Japan.

Also this documentary is a road movie that two young women directors agonize about a way to live as a woman film maker through ‘a feminism of South Korea’ and moreover, ‘a feminism of East Asia’.

Director

  • YUN Dahee

    She left home when she was in high school and stayed in a youth shelter.She felt lost until she found a filmmaking group ”Agro”. Now she is studying in university, which she hated so much, even having acquired a loan to continue her studies. However, she feels grateful that her life is in technicolor for the first time in her life.  Known, Unknown (2016)​The Close Family (2014) Too Bitter To Love (2013)The Day (2009)​ ​

  • Kim Ji-hyen

    She is a documentary director and studies filming at Yong In University. She produced two short stories, and now She is making movies about how women made changes in history.She will continue to preach documentaries and talk to many people and tell them the story.

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