DIVIDED FAMILIES FILM — FULL DOCUMENTARY ONLINE NOW*

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Our Divided Families Film — the full documentary — is now online! Please watch the film today!

Click on this link to watch the full 50-minute film.

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Divided Families Film Online Launch — Conversation with Directors on Google Hangout on Air! [Tuesday, 11/25, Noon EST]

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We’re launching the film online!

Please join the Divided Families Film directors Dr. Jason Ahn and Eugene Chung in a conversation about the making of this film. After six years of working on this project, the DFF team is excited to put the film online. Please join the conversation this Tuesday, 11-25, at 12PM EST. Please invite friends and family, and come with questions and stories!

Register your Korean Divided Families with the National Coalition on Divided Families

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Thank you to everyone who came out to our Harvard screening last night! We got a lot of questions about you can get more involved. One way is to spread the word to divided family members about registering on the Divided-USA site to give Senator Mark Kirk and other congressmen more data points to push for this issue. Please click here:

Again, thank you for your ongoing support, and please spread the word about registration!

Professor Eckert Carter moderating our discussion after the film screening. Thank you for your endless support, Professor Carter!

Professor Eckert Carter moderating our discussion after the film screening. Thank you for your endless support, Professor Eckert!

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Group photo after our dinner. Very excited to have Professor Eckert invite Ed Baker!

Screening of Documentary Film “Divided Families” at Harvard University’s Korea Institute [ November 13, 4:30 – 6:00PM ]

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The Korea Institute at Harvard University is screening our finished documentary, Divided Families, in November! If you are in Boston, please come for the film screening on November 13, from 4:30-6:00PM.  See below for details. Hope to see you there!

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Screening of Documentary Film “Divided Families”

Invitation: Come to the Divided Families Film Screening in New York City, Jan 22, 2014!

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If you’re in New York City, I’d love to have you come to a screening of our final edit of the Divided Families Film at the Korea Society. Our team really couldn’t have come this far without all of our supporters, friends, and families.

The screening is on Jan 22, 2014 at 6:30 at The Korea Society (950 Third Avenue, 8th floor
New York, NY 10022). For details, check out this link.

Send me a note if you’re coming. Would love to have you join us!

Please support my kickstarter campaign: Divided Families Film Project!

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The Divided Families Film team and I launched our Kickstarter campaign as our final fundraising push to raise $20,000 to finish our film project. Here is the link to our campaign:Divided Families Film Kickstarter campaign


You can learn more about our project below:

Divided Families Film Website

Divided Families Film Facebook Page

We will run our campaign from February 26 until March 26, and the way Kickstarter works is, if we hit our $20,000 goal, then great — we get to use all the dollars towards our project. If we receive pledges that add up to anything less than our $20,000 goal, we don’t get to keep anything. We need all of your support (and your donations will be tax deductible)!

Help us reach our goal and finish the film soon!

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DFF’s trip to Seoul in June 2012

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The ASAN Institute of Policies Studies invited the Divided Families Film Project team to present our documentary at their 2012 ASAN North Korea Week conference.  So, Eugene Chung, the co-executive director, and I went to Seoul to screen our latest version to a Korean audience about the familiar and heartbreaking story of separated Korean families. We were among highly accomplished, widely experienced, and renowned professors, former North Korean elite members, and musicians. The experience was truly awe-inspiring. Check out a few photos from our presentation and Q & A afterwards.

 

We were invited to do a live TV interview for Arirang. Though short, check it out here!

KBS World also took interest and invited us to share a bit more about the film project. Eugene had to head back to the States early, so I took the interview solo. Thanks Yoori Kim for the interview!  KBS WORLD: Documentary Producer Jieun Baek on Divided Korean American Families