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Female - 1976

Actress Cinematographer Editor Director Scriptwriter


Born in 1976, currently in Sogang University graduate school of media.
2000, completed VJ academy in Citizen's Coalition for Democratic Media
Joined 'Docu-in', an independent documentary production
Started making documentaries related to an agriculture village issue
2004 made , which has been invited to the various national and international film festivals.
2005 won the human right prize of the year' in Seoul Human Right Film Festival
2006 made an episode of "16 Takes Of Korean Society", commented for 'Woonpa prize' in Pusan International Film Festival
2009 directed Earth’s Women
14th Pusan International Film Festival (Mecenat Prize )
35th Seoul Independent Film Festival (an Honor Prize)

In 2000, Kwon Woo-jeong graduated from the VJ school at the Citizens Coalition of Democratic Media made "3츠 of Freedom", "We fight for Our Own Rights". In the same year co-directed the documentary "Discovering the Cultural Artifacts of Kyoung-gi" commissioned by the Kyoung-gi Cultural Foundation. In 2001 co-directed "After the Special Law on Agricultural Income Families Debt, the Way to Survival for Our Agriculture" which was broadcasted on KBS’ Open Channel. Kwon directed the Korean Anglican Church’s "Giving is Hope, and The Age of the Open Agricultural Market, the 2001 Report" (2003) which was shown at a Docu-In special showing as well as the Suwon Human Rights Film Festival.

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Earth's Women
Earth's Women
(Movie, 2009)
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• Director • Editor

Back to the Soil
Back to the Soil
(Movie, 2004)
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• Director • Scriptwriter • Cinematographer • Editor

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  • [Guest Film Review] "Back to the Soil"

    In 1998, Lee Geun-hyuk left the city, along with his wife and infant daughter, for Korea's South Chungcheong Province to begin a new life in farming. Lee harbored no romantic illusions about becoming a farmer, since he had been born and raised in a farming family, but he believed strongly in the importance of traditional agriculture and in the urgent need to organize a farmers' movement to protest new government policies,...More
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