A still from Untold, a film about civilian massacres during the Vietnam War directed by Lee-kil Bora. The film is part of the Hong Kong Arts Centre’s series on independent film from South Korean women. A still from Untold, a film about civilian massacres during the Vietnam War directed by Lee-kil Bora. The film is part of the Hong Kong Arts Centre’s series on independent film from South Korean women.
A still from Untold, a film about civilian massacres during the Vietnam War directed by Lee-kil Bora. The film is part of the Hong Kong Arts Centre’s series on independent film from South Korean women.
South Korea

Women directors on the rise in patriarchal South Korea as feminist movement continues to grow

  • Female voices in South Korean arts have been amplified in recent years, no more so than in the independent movie industry
  • A new film series presented by the Hong Kong Arts Centre attests to the progress that has been made, but much more still needs to be done, one director says

Topic |   South Korea
A still from Untold, a film about civilian massacres during the Vietnam War directed by Lee-kil Bora. The film is part of the Hong Kong Arts Centre’s series on independent film from South Korean women. A still from Untold, a film about civilian massacres during the Vietnam War directed by Lee-kil Bora. The film is part of the Hong Kong Arts Centre’s series on independent film from South Korean women.
A still from Untold, a film about civilian massacres during the Vietnam War directed by Lee-kil Bora. The film is part of the Hong Kong Arts Centre’s series on independent film from South Korean women.
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