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A Time to Love
2011, HD, color, 80
Dir: BOO Ji-young, YANG Ik-june
Keyword: Drama,Comedy,Youth,Women,Romance
Etc: omnibus
8th InDPanda International Film Festival (2012, Hong Kong)
*5th Samsung Women's International Film Festival (2012, India)
13th Cinemanila International Film Festival (2011, Philippines)
* Korean Cinema Week, 24th Tokyo International Film Festival (2011, Japan)
30th Vancouver International Film Festival (2011, Canada)
12th Jeonju International Film Festival (2011, Korea)
*‘Moonwalk’ screened only
Episode 1. Moonwalk
portraits the middle aged woman’s love that cannot come true. The story is about Moon, a middle aged woman who works at a mart while raising a high school daughter alone. Moon had come to Lake Sanjeong with her crush on a picnic last fall, but now she visits the area alone. Director BOO's unique sensitive portrayal and directing abilities are anticipated.

Episode 2. Immature
is about a man with a broken heart who coincidentally meets a young innocent girl and begins new love that heals him. Through a rough and awkward love, director YANG shows an honest and serene story of youth maturing through love.
Jin-cheol wakes up in the morning to find a stranger in bed with him. To make matters worse, she is in high school! What will happen to the two? Will they fall in love?
Since 2007, Jeonju Int’l Film Festival has promoted Korean short films planned with its ‘Short! Short! Short! Project’ that supports short films of talented, young Korean directors. The Short! Short! Short! Project is produced by INDIESTORY Inc., and co-provided by KT&G Sangsangmadang, Jeonju Int’l Film Festival, and INDIESTORY Inc.
This year’s project’s theme is “Love”. The two directors, BOO Ji-young and YANG Ik-june will put together two short to mid length films to create one feature omnibus film for a new experimental film method. The ensemble of short films under the theme of love by the directors who have already impressed with their distinct style to audiences will be a new challenge taken in the Short! Short! Short!
BOO Ji-young

Born in 1971
Graduated from Ehwa Women's Univ.
Graduated from The Korean Film Academy


1997  [Spark] 16mm, color, 14min.
           2nd Seoul Int'l Short Film Festival (2000, Korea)
           No Budget Competition, 15th Hamburg Int'l Short Film Festival (1999, Germany)
           IndieForum, Korean Independent Film & Video Makers' Forum (1998, Korea)
           Encouragement Award, 24th Golden Crown Youth Film Festival (1998, Korea)
2000  [His Humming] DV 6mm, color, 12min. 
           Excellent Film Awards, Daegu Independent Short Film Festival (Oct.-Nov, 2001, Korea)
           Competition, Busan Asian Film Festival (2001, Korea)
           Excellent Film Awards, 1st Woman in Film Korea Festival (2000, Korea)
2001  [The Way They Are] 16mm, 15min.
2002  [A Drop of Clear Salty Liquid] 16mm, b&w/color, 17min.
           Korean Film Special Screenings, 22nd Upssala Int’l Film Festival (2003, Sweden)
           2nd Jeju Tmong Film Festival (2003, Korea)
           Gwangju Int'l Film Festival (2002, Korea)
           Special Prize, Daegu Independent Short Film Festival (2002, Korea)
           6th Puchon Int’l Fantastic Film Festival (2002, Korea)
2008 [Sisters on the Road] 35mm, color, 90min.
          8th New York Korean Film Festival (2010, USA)
          8th Festival of Korean Cinema In Italy (2010, Italy)
          3rd Chennai Women's Film Festival (2010, India)
          8th Third Eye Asian Film Festival Mumbai (2009, India)
          Hong Kong Lesbian & Gay Film Festival (2009, Hong Kong)
          2nd Asian Women's Film Festival (2009, Japan)
          22nd Tokyo International Women’s  Film Festival (2009, Japan)
          14th Aichi International Women's Film Festival (2009, Japan)
          44th Karlovy Vary Int’l Film Festival (2009, Czech Republic)
          11th International Women’s Film Festival in Seoul (2009, Korea)
          13th Pusan Int’l Film Festival (2008, Korea)
2010  [Nima-an episode of If You Were Me 5] 35mm, color, 143min. (23min.)
          10th Florence Korea Film Fest (2012, Italy)        
          13th International Women's Film Festival in Seoul (2011, Korea)
          36th Seoul Independent Film Festival (2010, Korea)
          15th Pusan Int’l Film Festival (2010, Korea)
2011 [Moonwalk-an episode of A Time to Love] HD, color, 80min. (40min.)
         8th InDPanda International Film Festival (2012, Hong Kong)
         5th Samsung Women's International Film Festival (2012, India)
         13th Cinemanila International Film Festival (2011, Philippines)
         Korean Cinema Week, 24th Tokyo International Film Festival (2011, Japan) ‘Moonwalk’ screened only 
         30th Vancouver International Film Festival (2011, Canada)
         12th Jeonju Int’l Film Festival (2011, Korea)
         [Myselves] HD, color, 93min, Documentary, Co-directing
         Opening film, 37th Seoul Independent Film Festival (2011, Korea)


YANG Ik-june

Born in 1975, Seoul
Graduated from Kongju Communication Arts College, Dept. of Entertainment & Acting

2005  [Always behind You] DV 6mm, color, 43'11" 
          Special Screening, 5th Festival Franco Coreen du Film (2010, France)
          8th Mise-en-scène’s Short Film Festival (2009, Korea)
          Audience Award, 31st Seoul Independent Film Festival (2005, Korea)
          Competition, 5th Mise-en-scène’s Genre Film Festival (2006, Korea)
          Competition, 5th Jeju Film Festival (2006, Korea)
2006  [Ge-nyang Ga] DV 6mm, color, 5min.
2007  [Speechless] 25min.
2008  [Breathless] 130min. 
          13th Pusan Int’l Film Festival (2008)
          VPRO Tiger Awards Competition, Int’l Film Festival Rotterdam (2009, The Netherlands)
          Grand Prize & Special Jury Prize, Tokyo FILMeX Festival (2009, Japan)
2011 [Departure] 9’50”
          9th Short Shorts Film Festival Asia, Special Screening (2012, Japan)
          4th Beppu Korea-Japan Film Festival (2012, Japan)
          37th Seoul Independent Film Festival (2011, Korea)
2011 [Immature-an episode of A Time to Love] HD, color, 80min. (40min.)
          8th InDPanda International Film Festival (2012, Hong Kong)
          13th Cinemanila International Film Festival (2011, Philippines)
          30th Vancouver International Film Festival (2011, Canada)
          12th Jeonju International Film Festival (2011, Korea)
2012 [Shibata & Nagao] 19’18”
        Spectrum Shorts, 42nd Int'l Film Festival Rotterdam (2013, The Netherlands)
        38th Seoul Independent Film Festival (2012, Korea)
        Best Korean Short Film Award, 10th Asiana Int’l Short Film Festival (2012, Korea)
       14th Jeonju Int’l Film Festival (2013, Korea)
       18th IndieForum, Independent Film & Video Makers’ Forum 2013 (2013, Korea)
       Competition, 12th Mise-en-scene Short Film Festival (2013, Korea)



Planned by Jeonju Int’l Film Festival
Presented by KT&G Sangsangmadang, Jeonju Int’l Film Festival, INDIESTORY Inc.
Production : INDIESTORY Inc.
Executive Producer : PARK Jeong-hwan, MIN Byung-lock, Stanley KWAK
Production Committee : YOO Un-seong, JO Ji-hoon, MAENG Soo-jin, Susan CHAE
Producer : Stanley KWAK

Episode 1. Moonwalk
Director/Screenwriter : BOO Ji-young
Producer : SONG Jae-young
Cinematography : KIM Dong-eun
Editing : ROH Yu-jung
Recording : EUN Hee-soo
Composer : KANG Min-suk

Episode 2. Immature
Director/Screenwriter : YANG Ik-june
Producer : PARK Na-mi
Cinematography : YUN Jong-ho
Lighting : CHA Sang-kyun
Composer : JUNG Sang-hoon (Invisible Fish)
Editor : YANG Ik-june
Sound : YOON Sang-il
Mixing : PYO Yong-soo, GOH Eun-ha (Mediact)
Makeup : KIM Jin-ah
Costumes : RYU Hyun-kyung
Episode 1. Moonwalk
SEO Ju-hee as Soon-im
KIM Sun-bin as Jun-young

Episode 2. Immature
HEO Jun-seok as Jin-cheol
RYU Hae-young as Min-jeong