Park Kwang-Su

Park Kwang-Su (1955, Sokcho, Kang-won-do) studied sculpture in Seoul and film directing at the Paris film school ESEC. After his return to Korea he worked as assistant director to Lee Jang-Ho. He has become one of the leading lights of the New Korean Cinema. The festival has screened several of his films.


Chilsu wa Mansu / Chilsu and Mansu (1988), Keudeuldo uricheorum / Black Republic (1990), Berlin Report (1991), Keu seome kagoshipta / To A Starry Island (1994), Jeon Tae-Il / A Single Spark (1996), Yi jae-su ei nan / The Uprising (1999)