Asian Cinema Fund 2018

2005 Asian Network of Documentary (AND) Fund

Project Korean Don Quixote, Lee Hise
Category Uni Korea Fund
Project Korean Don Quixote, Lee Hise
Director CHOI Hyun-Jung
Country Korea
Director's Profile Born in 1979 in Pusan. Choi is a graduate of in Chung-Ang University’s Department of Film Studies. She was also awarded a master’s degree in documentary production by the University of Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne. Her 2002 documentary, , was an award winner at this year’s Seoul Independent Documentary Festival, and was screened in various film festivals including PIFF, Vancouver International Film Festival and others. is the 2004 Unikorea Fund recipient from PIFF.
 
Synopsis
When I was little, I was the curly-haired star in the "Anti-Communist Eloquence Competition". There was a painter who participated in the reproduction of the pre-historic drawings from the Lascaux cave. His artistic talent had peaked the interest of the French critics. But in 1967, his life dramatically changed when his uncle, Ungno LEE, was condemned for espionage of Berlin-Est. And being the nephew of a Coco was enough to make him a spy. This film is about a meeting between these two.
Director's Note
Festivals
2007 Pusan International Film Festival - Wide Angle

2007 Corean Network Film Festival

2007 Festival Franco-Coreen du Film

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