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Kang Seok-pil began his career in at the Seoul Visual Collective as a producer and cinematographer.

Forest Dancing
Forest Dancing
(Movie, 2013)
춤추는 숲

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  • The 10th Green Film Festival in Seoul: Exploring the environment through films!

    2013/07/22, Source
    Communicating Environmental Issues through Film! The Green Film Festival in Seoul (GFFIS) is a festival that provides us a place to think about the coexistence of humans and nature through film. Founded in 2004, the GFFIS is an international film festival, held annually, that has discovered and introduced about 100 outstanding environmental films from all over the world. The 10th Green Film Festival in Seoul began in May 2013. With 21 submissions that qualified for the main contest, a total of 146 films from 46 countries were shown in various categories under different themes, such as "Climate Change & Future", "Green Panorama", "Korean Eco-Panorama", "Children of the Earth", and "Animal, Our Sweet & While Companion". This festival was hosted by Korea Green Foundation and was sponsored by Ministry of Environment, Seoul Special City, Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education, Embassy of Canada to Korea and Korean Film Council,...More
  • The 10th Green Film Festival in Seoul: Exploring the environment through films!

    2013/07/13, Source
    Communicating Environmental Issues through Film! The Green Film Festival in Seoul (GFFIS) is a festival that provides us a place to think about the coexistence of humans and nature through film. Founded in 2004, the GFFIS is an international film festival, held annually, that has discovered and introduced about 100 outstanding environmental films from all over the world. The 10th Green Film Festival in Seoul began in May 2013. With 21 submissions that qualified for the main contest, a total of 146 films from 46 countries were shown in various categories under different themes, such as "Climate Change & Future", "Green Panorama", "Korean Eco-Panorama", "Children of the Earth", and "Animal, Our Sweet & While Companion". This festival was hosted by Korea Green Foundation and was sponsored by Ministry of Environment, Seoul Special City, Seoul Metropolitan Office of Education, Embassy of Canada to Korea and Korean Film Council,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Forest Dancing"

    2013/05/24
    Seongmisan Village lies in the Mapo district of Seoul. In the midst of busy city life, the residents of Seongmisan form a close, tightly knit community of families who watch out for each other and take an easygoing lifestyle. The most prominent feature of Seongmisan Village is a forested hill nearby, where for nature trips or snow days parents take their children up to enjoy the majesty of natural recreation and learning. "Forest Dancing" does not go too deeply into the logistics of how the village works. That would be missing the point anyway. What defines the lives of the people in this community is that they don't overstress, they don't overplan, they just take steps one day at a time to do whatever's fun and enjoyable,...More

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