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Pink Femi

Korea201822minDocumentaryDCPcolor

DirectorNAM Arum

Since my mother was working in the women's rights group, the field of feminist movement was my playground. I grew up as a little feminist who cut her hair short and refused to wear skirts. However, as I got older I experienced things that made me run away from feminism. Eventually, I decided to be a princess rather than a feminist, and started to stick to pink as a survival strategy. Could a person like me can be a feminist again?

Schedule

  • 2019-08-17

    13:30

    CGV Kangneung 1

    15 E GV Go

  • 2019-08-19

    11:00

    CGV Kangneung 5

    15 E GV Go

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Program Note

One of the trends of the recent Korean documentaries is to look at the incidents in modern history from the perspective of a family history. Such documentaries create a unique contact point between individuals and society. Nam Arum, the director of Pink Femi, tells the story of herself and her mother, who used to work in a Women’s Rights organization. For the director, feminism was a part of her childhood, with which she has a love-and-hate relationship as an adult. Through this documentary, she looks back at her own pink feminist history, and comes to an understanding about the concerns of her mother’s generation.

Credit

    Director

    • NAM Arum

      Born in 1995, Uiwang-si, Gyeonggi-do. She is studying at School of Flim, TV&Multimedia at Korea National University of Art .