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Heart of Snow: Afterlife
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directed by Kim So Young, fl. 1997-2016; produced by CinemaDAL (South Korea: Privately Published, 2016), 17 mins
"Heart of Snow: Afterlife" is part of Korean National Contemporary and Modern Museum's permanent collection. This documentary, directed by Kim Soyoung, is about how Stalin forced the migration of Koreans from Russia to Central Asia in 1937.
directed by Kim So Young, fl. 1997-2016; produced by CinemaDAL (South Korea: Privately Published, 2016), 17 mins
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My Brothers and Sisters in the North
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directed by Cho Sung Hyung, 1966-; produced by Andreas Banz, fl. 2009, Dirk G. Engelhardt, fl. 2002, Matthias Miegel, fl. 2003 and Robert Thalheim, 1974-, Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Hessischer Rundfunk, Kundschafter Filmproduktion and Cine Plus (Los Angeles, CA: Seventh Art Releasing, 2016), 1 hour 49 mins

What do we know about the citizens of North Korea? The country seems to be solely inhabited by robotic soldiers and its leader’s hysterically loyal subjects. But what about the everyday life of the people?

Award-winning documentary filmmaker Sung-Hyung Cho (FULL METAL VILLAGE) was the first South Korean directo...

directed by Cho Sung Hyung, 1966-; produced by Andreas Banz, fl. 2009, Dirk G. Engelhardt, fl. 2002, Matthias Miegel, fl. 2003 and Robert Thalheim, 1974-, Westdeutscher Rundfunk, Hessischer Rundfunk, Kundschafter Filmproduktion and Cine Plus (Los Angeles, CA: Seventh Art Releasing, 2016), 1 hour 49 mins
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Journey to North Korea 2013
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directed by Justin Wong, fl. 2008-2012, Candy Poon, fl. 2013 and Tim Cheung, fl. 2013; produced by Shum Fei-fung, fl. 2014, Phoenix Satellite Television (Hong Kong (State): Phoenix Satellite Television Company Limited, 2014), 1 hour
Ever since Kim Jong-un rose to power, his style of governing the country showed a great difference compared to the previous leaders. In July 2013, the North Korea government invited foreign guests and media to commemorate the 60th Anniversary of Korean War Armistice Agreement in Pyongyang.
directed by Justin Wong, fl. 2008-2012, Candy Poon, fl. 2013 and Tim Cheung, fl. 2013; produced by Shum Fei-fung, fl. 2014, Phoenix Satellite Television (Hong Kong (State): Phoenix Satellite Television Company Limited, 2014), 1 hour
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Lost Mountain
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directed by Tao Gu, fl. 1998; produced by Tao Gu, fl. 1998 (Orient Indie Films, 2014), 1 hour 2 mins
“Wulubutie”, in Oroqen, translates as “lonely mountain”. It is the Oroqen settlement in the north of Inner Mongolia.The former hunter, Gelibao, has contracted a horse farm in the mountains and raised more than 100 hunting horses in the traditional way. Although hunting is banned, Gelibao occasionally visit...
directed by Tao Gu, fl. 1998; produced by Tao Gu, fl. 1998 (Orient Indie Films, 2014), 1 hour 2 mins
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Evenki Trilogy, The Last Moose of Aoluguya
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directed by Tao Gu, fl. 1998; produced by Sydney Estey-Dedell, Orient Indie Films, in Evenki Trilogy (Asia: Orient Indie Films, 2013), 1 hour 38 mins
Moose, called “kandahan” by the locals, is the largest animal in the Greater Khingan mountains forest. It is beautiful, strapping and, sensitive. Besides, it is the means of transportation for the Evenki people and is regarded as a symbol of good luck and happiness. But with the ecological destruction and ramp...
directed by Tao Gu, fl. 1998; produced by Sydney Estey-Dedell, Orient Indie Films, in Evenki Trilogy (Asia: Orient Indie Films, 2013), 1 hour 38 mins
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Journey to North Korea 2012
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directed by Justin Wong, fl. 2008-2012 and Alan Lee, fl. 2012; produced by Shum Fei-fung, fl. 2014, Phoenix Satellite Television (Hong Kong (State): Phoenix Satellite Television Company Limited, 2012), 55 mins
North Korea's attempted rocket launch on 13th April, 2012 drew much worldwide attention. Phoenix TV was invited to witness this significant moment and recorded the highlights before and after the rocket launch. However, this anticipated launch was later confirmed to be a failure, and the quick admission on this by...
directed by Justin Wong, fl. 2008-2012 and Alan Lee, fl. 2012; produced by Shum Fei-fung, fl. 2014, Phoenix Satellite Television (Hong Kong (State): Phoenix Satellite Television Company Limited, 2012), 55 mins
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To the Light: Chinese Miners
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directed by Yuanchen Liu (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2012), 1 hour 8 mins
The bright lights of China’s booming economy are powered by the hard labor of the miners, who work deep in perilous coal shafts around the country. When a miner dies, his family receives a death pension greater than the amount of money he would have made in his lifetime had he stayed alive. In rural China, where...
directed by Yuanchen Liu (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2012), 1 hour 8 mins
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Evenki Trilogy, Yuguo and His Mother
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directed by Tao Gu, fl. 1998; produced by Sydney Estey-Dedell, Orient Indie Films, in Evenki Trilogy (Asia: Orient Indie Films, 2011), 55 mins
Yuguo, from Mongolia, lost his father when he was very young. His mother Liuxia was not able to raise him as a heavy drinker. With social support, she sent Yuguo to Wuxi for free education. Liuxia is depressed all day long, and she finds sustenance of missing Yuguo in reindeer and wine.One winter holiday after man...
directed by Tao Gu, fl. 1998; produced by Sydney Estey-Dedell, Orient Indie Films, in Evenki Trilogy (Asia: Orient Indie Films, 2011), 55 mins
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The Opaque God
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directed by Tao Gu, fl. 1998 and Yu Zhou, 1963-; produced by Tao Gu, fl. 1998, Orient Indie Films (Asia: Orient Indie Films, 2011), 1 hour 24 mins
The aged Guan Kouni is the last Shaman of Oroqen. She hopes to find a Shaman heir in her lifetime. On the 1st or 15th day of the lunar calendar, Guan Kouni would place a tribute on the spirit tablet and worship the God in a traditional way.Due to the government, she has not been a Shaman since liberation. Because...
directed by Tao Gu, fl. 1998 and Yu Zhou, 1963-; produced by Tao Gu, fl. 1998, Orient Indie Films (Asia: Orient Indie Films, 2011), 1 hour 24 mins
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잼 다큐 강정
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directed by Yang Dong-gyu, fl. 2011, Chang Kyung Soon, fl. 2008, Hyo Kwon, fl. 2011, Kim Tae-il, fl. 2005-2012, Jung Yun-seok, fl. 2011, Hong Hyung-sook, 1962-, Chon Seung-il, fl. 2011, Choi-ha Dong-ha, 1968- and Choi Jin-sung, fl. 2001-2013 (Seoul, Seoul-si: CinemaDAL, 2011), 1 hour 44 mins
Gangjung Village, located in the southernmost part of Cheju Island's Seogwipo City, is a breathtaking land of water. In this film, eight directors independently yet collaboratively orchestrate a clever and humorous mission in this place where the groundwork for the building of a naval military base is in progress.
directed by Yang Dong-gyu, fl. 2011, Chang Kyung Soon, fl. 2008, Hyo Kwon, fl. 2011, Kim Tae-il, fl. 2005-2012, Jung Yun-seok, fl. 2011, Hong Hyung-sook, 1962-, Chon Seung-il, fl. 2011, Choi-ha Dong-ha, 1968- and Choi Jin-sung, fl. 2001-2013 (Seoul, Seoul-si: CinemaDAL, 2011), 1 hour 44 mins
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