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Always behind You
2005, DV 6mm, color, 43'11
Dir: YANG Ik-june
Keyword: Drama,Romance
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)
Chun-ho likes taking pictures, and so does Sung-hee.
He is showing her how to take pictures. One day, Suk-ho who has taught him to take pictures asks a favor of filming a shooting scene, and Chun-ho promises to go there with Sung-hee.
That day, Chun-ho, who arrives later than Sung-hee notices that Sung-hee and Suk-ho become intimate. He feels oddly as somehow something goes wrong.
Since then, Chun-ho hears bad news from his friend, Hyung-gi that he has seen Suk-ho going out with Sung-hee. He makes hard work of it.
On his birthday, it happens for him to reveal innermost feelings toward her in an unexpected situation.
"Dear my lover who has already been deep in my heart, I want to say that it is love, it is true love...." I hope this film inspires those who want to express their love with fresh courage.
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)



Director/screenwriter/editing:YANG Ik-june
Cinematography:LEE Sang
Lighting:KIM Young-ryong
Recording:LEE Dong-hwan
Mixing:YANG Ik-june
YANG Ik-june as Jun-ho
SHIN Yoon-joo as as Sung-hee
HONG Seung-il as Suk-ho