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Junik Lee Director (CEO at Cine World,Korea)

JunikLee

After joining the film industry as an advertising planner in 1987, director Lee Junik has first directed Kid Cop, a family movie with a rather shocking format, and has been operating a film company named Cine World Co., Ltd. With such distinctive point of view, he produced major box office hits like The Spy, Anarchists, and Let’s Play Dharma; furthermore, he has imported and distributed foreign films with high cinematic quality such as Velvet Goldmine, Memento, and Hedwig. In 2003, he introduced a new genre so-called “fusion historical drama” by directing and producing Once Upon a Time in Battlefield which drew 2.6 million audience. Also, through his movie King and the Clown (2005), he discovered a super star Lee Junki and drew 12 million audiences nationwide recording the second highest box office hit in Korean film history. Director Lee’s genuine sense of humor, wit and historical consciousness are vividly reflected in his works.

Filmography

  • 2010 Battlefield Heroes (Director)
  • 2010 Blades of Blood (Director)
  • 2008 Sunny (Director)
  • 2007 Happy Life (Director)
  • 2006 Radio Star (Director)
  • 2005 King and the Clown (Producer/Director)
  • 2003 Once Upon a Time in the Battlefield (Director)
  • 2001 Let’s Play Dharma (Producer)
  • 2000 Anarchists (Producer)
  • 1999 The Spy (Producer)
  • 1993 Kid Cop (Director)

Awards & Recognition

  • 2011 The First Olleh Lotte Smart Phone Film Festival, Chairman of the Screening Committee
  • 2010 DMZ Documentary Film Festival, Member of the Organizing Committee
  • 2006 Busan Biennale, Honorary Ambassador
  • 2006 Best Director, The 3rd Max Movie the Best Movie Award
  • 2006 This Year’s Movie, Mnet KM Music Festival
  • 2006 Best Picture for The King and the Clown, The 43th Daejong Film Awards
  • 2006 Best Director for The King and the Clown, The 43th Daejong Film Awards

Tikoy Aguiluz (Director, Philippines)

TikoyAguiluz

Tikoy Aguiluz is one of the leading figures in the alternative cinema movement in the Philippines. A product of the University of the Philippines (Comparative Literature and Fine Arts), he is acknowledged as the co-founder in 1976 of UP Film Center where he served until 1990 as its Assistant Director and also spearheaded the association called Chamber Film Group. He was a recipient of a John D. Rockefeller III Grant to study filmmaking at the New York University and film archiving at the Library of Congress Film Archives in Washington, DC and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. A British Council Grant led to further film studies and training in film archiving at the British Film Institute. He had worked in various capacities in film projects with other important Filipino directors his senior, including National Artist Lino Brocka. He first made his mark with the 15-minute documentary, Mt. Banahaw, Holy Mountain. The film won Silver Trophy at the prestigious Young Filmmakers of Asia Festival in Iran. He Served on the jury of the Berlin, Pusan (South Korea) Singapore, Vesoul (France) Osian’s Cinefan (Delhi), Kerala (India), Chief creative force behind the highly successful Cinemanila International Film festival, which is now on its 14th year. 2003, the French government awarded Tikoy Aguiluz with the Chevalier dans l’Ordre des Arts et Lettres for his contribution to Philippine Cinema.

Filmography

  • 2012 El Brujo (Director, in production)
  • 2012 Superstar: The Nora Aunor Story (Documentary, in production)
  • 2011 Manila Kingpin: The Asiong Salonga Story (Director)
  • 2003 www.XXX.com (Director)
  • 2001 Tatarin (Director)
  • 2000 Biyaheng Langit (Director)
  • 2000 30 Views of Mt. Mayon (Director)
  • 1998 Tatsulok (Triangle, Director)
  • 1997 Rizal sa Dapitan (Rizal in Dapitan/Director)
  • 1996 Segurista (Director, Dead Sure)
  • 1995 Bagong Bayani, OCW (Director)
  • 1991 The Volcano (Documentary)
  • Marcos Years (Unfinished Documentary)
  • 1990 The July 1990 Earthquake (Documentary)
  • 1988 Kagubatan, Kaligtasan (Documentary)
  • 1986 Father Balweg, Rebel Priest (Documentary)
  • 1984 Boatman (Director)
  • 1977 Yo-yo Man (Documentary)
  • 1976 Mt. Banahaw, Holy Mountain (Documentary/Director)

Ideyuki Hirayama (Director, Japan)

Hideyuki Hirayama

Hideyuki Hirayama was born in Fukuoka, 1950. He started his film career soon after graduating from College of Art, Nihon University by serving as assistant director to several well-known directors, including Juzo Itami and Shuji Tereyama. His directorial debut was in 1990 with the horror comedy Maria no Ibukuro. With Za Chugaku Kyoushi, he was awarded the best new director award in the Japanese Society of Cinematographers. His representative works include the series, Gakkou no Kaidan (Haunted School), Ai o Kou hito (Begging for Love). He continued making Taan, Warau kaeru, Out, Makai Tensho) and Lady Joker) all of which have been widely acclaimed.

Filmography

  • 2012 Hitori shizuka (TV mini-series) ? Episode #1.1
  • 2011 Oba: The Last Samurai
  • 2010 Forget Me Not
  • 2010 Sword of Desperation
  • 2007 Three for the Road
  • 2007 Talk, Talk, Talk
  • 2004 Lady Joker
  • 2003 Makai tensho
  • 2002 Out
  • 2002 Warau kaeru
  • 2001 Turn
  • 1999 Gakko no kaidan 4
  • 1998 Begging for Love
  • 1996 Gakko no kaidan 2
  • 1995 School for Ghosts
  • 1993 Human Scramble: Rain
  • 1992 Za Chugaku kyoshi
  • 1990 Maria no ibukuro

Awards & Recognition

  • 1998 FIPRESCI Prize for Begging for Love at Montreal World Film Festival
  • 2001 Best Director for Turn at Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival
  • 2010 Prix du public & Prix Nikon de la plus belle image for Forget Me Not at KINOTAYO: Festival du Film Japonais Contemporain

Brillante Mendoza (Director,Philippines)

Brillante Mendoza

He is a renowned Filipino film director having been raised in San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines. He took Advertising Arts of the College of Architecture and Fine Arts at the University of Santo Tomas. He won the award for Best Director for his film Kinatay at the 62nd Cannes Film Festival. His 2009 film Lola won the award for Best Film at the 6th Dubai International Film Festival. His 2012 film Captive was shown in competition at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in February 2012. His upcoming film Thy Womb has been selected to compete for the Golden Lion at the 69th Venice International Film Festival.

Filmography

  • 2012 Thy Womb(Director)
  • 2012 Captive (Director)
  • 2009 Lola(Director)
  • 2009 Kinatay (Director)
  • 2008 Serbis (Director)
  • 2007 Tirador (Director)
  • 2007 Foster Child
  • 2006 Manoro (Director)
  • 2006 Kaleldo (Director)
  • 2005 Masahista (Director)

Awards & Recognition

  • 2012 La Navicella Venezia Cinema Award for Thy Womb at the 69th Venice Film Festival
  • 2009 Best Film for Lola at the 6th Dubai International Film Festival
  • 2009 Prix de la mise en scene for Kinatay at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival
  • 2008 Golden Kinnaree (Best ASEAN Film) for s at the 2008 Bangkok Int’l Film Festival
  • 2007 Caligari Film Prize for Tirador at the 58th Berlin Int’l Film Festival
  • 2007 Best Picture for Foster Child at the 29th Durban Int’l Film Festival
  • 2006 Lino Brocka Grand Prize (Digital Lokal) for Manoro at the 8th Cinemanila Int’l Film Festival
  • 2006 NETPAC Award for Kaleldo at the 8th Jeonju Int’l Film Festival
  • 2005 Interfaith Award for Masahista at the 15th Brisbane Int’l Film Festival

Mooyeong Lee Director (Screenwrite)

Mooyeong Lee

Mooyeoung Lee is a director and screenwriter. After graduating from Kean College of New Jersey in the U.S.A, he wrote a script for mega hit movie Joint Security Area with Korean director Chanwook Park. In addition, he has participated in Asian Film Academy (AFA) as a production supervisor in 2011 and 2012 programs and taught many AFA fellows to extend their true potentials to become a film director. In 2001, director Mooyeong Lee made a debut as a film director with Humanist. His other film credits include A Bizarre Love Triangle (2002), Like Father, Like Son (2008) and Just Kidding (2008), etc.

Filmography

  • 2008 Just Kidding (Director/Screenwriter)
  • 2008 Like Father, Like Son (Director/Screenwriter)
  • 2005 Boy Goes To Heaven (Co-writer Chanwook Park & Taeyong Yoon)
  • 2002 A Bizarre Love Triangle (Director/Screenwriter)
  • 2002 Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (Co-writer Chanwook Park)
  • 2001 Humanist (Director/Screenwriter)
  • 2000 Joint Security Area (Co-writer Chanwook Park)
  • 2000 Anarchists (Co-writer Chanwook Park)
  • 1997 Trio (Co-writer Chanwook Park)
  • 1996 Born to Kill (Co-writer Haesung Song & Hyunsoo Chang)

Adolfo Borinaga Alix, Jr. (Director)

Adolfo Borinaga Alix, Jr.

He started as a screenwriter for films and television. His screenplays include Carlos Siguion-Reyna’s Kahapon May Dalawang Bata (Yesterday Children, 1999), Gil Portes’ Mga Munting Tinig (Small Voices, 2002) and Homecoming (2003), Joyce Bernal’s D’ Anothers (2005) and many others. His first film, Donsol was a finalist in the 2006 Cinemalaya Independent Film Festival where it won Best Actress and Best Cinematography honors. Since his debut as a director, he has become one of the promising young Filipino filmmakers with various international awards. Alix has been listed by The Hollywood Reporter in its “Next Generation Asia 2010” deemed “the best and the brightest among their peers”.

Filmography

  • 2012 Death March (in production)
  • 2012 Ride to Love (in post-production)
  • 2012 Kalayaan (Wildlife, Director)
  • 2011 Haruo (Springtime Man, Director)
  • 2011 Isda (Fable of the Fish, Director)
  • 2011 Liberacion (Liberation, Director)
  • 2010 Presa (Director)
  • 2010 Chassis (Director)
  • 2011 Muli (The Affair, Director)
  • 2010 D’ Survivors (The Survivors, Director)
  • 2010 Romeo at Juliet (Romeo and Juliet, Director)
  • 2009 Karera (Ante, Director)
  • 2009 Aurora (Director)
  • 2009 Manila (Co-director)
  • 2008 Adela (Director)
  • 2008 Imoral (Amoral, Director)
  • 2008 Daybreak (Director)
  • 2007 Nars (Nurses, Director)
  • 2007 Batanes (Co-director)
  • 2007 Tambolista (Drumbeat, Director)
  • 2007 Kadin (The Goat, Director)
  • 2006 Donsol (Director)

Jinyeul Song (Director of Photography)

Jinyeul Song

Jinyeul Song launched his cinematographer’s career as completing a photography program in Massachutes College of Art in U.S.A. As his passion goes off to photography, his work was selected for Jeongeup Photographic Contest. His outstanding experience includes teaching young filmmakers in Asian Film Academy (AFA) since 2008. He is a professor of Cinematography at Imkwontaek College of Film and Performing Arts, Dongseo University in Busan as well. His movie The Flower in Hell (2012) was invited to various international film festivals such as Jeonju International Film Festival, Moscow International Film Festival, Osian’s Cinefan Film Festival, New York Korean Film Festival (MOMA), Gotham Screen Film Festival, Hong Kong Asian Film Festival, Seoul Independent Film Festival.

Filmography

  • 2012 The Flower in Hell (Director of Photography/Lighting)
  • 2011 Flower (Director of Photography/Lighting)
  • 2011 Outback (Director of Photography/Lighting)
  • 2010 All about my Sons (Director of Photography/Lighting)
  • 2010 Son is a Dog (Director of Photography/Lighting)
  • 2010 All about my Father (Director of Photography)
  • 2010 Father is a Dog (Director of Photography)
  • 2009 In the Dark (Director of Photography)
  • 2008 A Day of Washing the Sneakers (Director of Photography)
  • 2008 Gi-nyeom-il (Anniversary, Director of Photography)
  • 2007 Le Vert (Director)
  • 2006 Confession (Director of Photography)

Albert Banzon (Director of Photography)

Albert Banzon

Albert Banzo is a talented director of photography having worked with directorAdolfo BorinagaAlix, Jr.In addition, he not only wrote a script of a video documentary Diliman (2005) but also was in charge of sound of the documentary.

Filmography

  • 2012 Crossroads(Director of Photography)
  • 2011 Liberation (Director of Photography)
  • 2010 Romeo at Juliet (Director of Photography)
  • 2009 If I Knew What You Said (Director of Photography)
  • 2009 Aurora (Director of Photography)
  • 2009 Manila (Director of Photography)
  • 2008 Next Attraction (Director of Photography)
  • 2008 Imoral (Director of Photography)
  • 2008 Daybreak(Director of Photography)
  • 2006 Pitongdalagita (Director of Photography)
  • 2005 Diliman (Director of Photography, Screenwriter, Sound)

Maisa Demetillo (Director of Photography)

Maisa Demetillo

Maisa Demetillo is one of the promising directors of photography, participating in various films with Albert Banzon as a team. She knows the nature of films by having experiences in editing, art directing, sound department, and production design.

Filmography

  • 2012 Crossroads (Director of Photography)
  • 2010 Romeo at Juliet (Director of Photography)
  • 2008 Next Attraction (Director of Photography)
  • 2008 Kolorete (Art Director)
  • 2007 Alter (Editor)
  • 2006 Pandanggo (Editor)
  • 2004 Evolution of a Filipino Family (Sound Department, Production Designer)

Junseok Bang (Composer)

Junseok Bang Composer

Junseok Bang plays a pivotal role in Korean film music industry. A former member of a popular bend “You & Me Blue” has been composing back ground music in the major box office hits including Radio Star directed by director Lee Junik. Since then, his reputation as a film music composer has established and his music has been loved by the public. Junseok Bang the biggest hit maker of film music in Korea.

Filmography

  • 2011 O-Jik Geu-Dae-Man
  • 2009 Comfortable Distance (short)
  • 2008 Go Go 70′
  • 2008 Eye for an Eye
  • 2008 Sunny
  • 2007 Two Faces of My Girlfriend
  • 2007 Happy Life
  • 2007 A Good Day to Have an Affair
  • 2006 Radio Star
  • 2006 The City of Violence
  • 2005 Crying Fist
  • 2004 Dalmaya, Seoul Gaja
  • 2003 …ing
  • 2002 Who Are You?
  • 2000 Joint Security Area
  • 1999 Tell Me Something

Awards & Recognition

  • 2008 Music award: The 7th Korea Film Awards
  • 2008 Music award: The 29th Blue Dragon Awards
  • 2008 Music award: The 17th Buil Film Awards
  • 2007 Music award: The 6th Korea Film Awards
  • 2006 Music award: The 26th Korea Association of the Film Critics

Raymundo R. Trofeo (Sound Mixer)

Raymundo R. Trofeo

Raymund R. Tofeo, also known as Ari Tofeo, is a well-trained sound designer working in both film and TV industry. He studied film and television audio production, music recording and multimedia production from 1998 to 1999 sponsored by Japanese Government Scholarship Program for Artists from Abroad. He demonstrated superb teaching abilities through being a guest lecturer of Mowelfund Institute, Probe Productions, Assumption College, Miriam College, and Ateneo De Manila University from 2001 to 2009. He is familiar with the design and layout of audio/video equipment and integration.

Filmography

  • 2012 The Bourne Legacy (Sound Department)
  • 2011 PACMAN (Location Sound Recordist, in Production)
  • 2010 Father Jejemon (Sound Recordist)
  • 2009 Nobody, Nobody but Juan (Sound Recordist, 2nd Camera Operator)
  • 2008 Pitik Bulag (Location Sound Mixer, Director of Photography)
  • 2006 Barcelona (Location Sound Mixer, Editor)
  • 2006 Donsol (Location Sound Mixer)
  • 2006 Tulad mg Dati (Location Sound Mixer)
  • 2005 Dubai (Location Sound Mixer)
  • 2004 Milan (Location Sound Mixer)
  • 2002 Homecoming (Location Sound Mixer, Music Recording Engineer)
  • 2002 Mga Munting Tinig (Location Sound Mixer)
  • 2000 Markova: Comfort Gay (Location Sound Mixer)
  • 2000 Azucena (Location Sound Mixer)
  • 1997 Langit Sa Piling Mo (Location Sound Mixer)

Michael Alfie C. Bautista (Sound Mixer)

Michael Alfie C. Bautista Sound Mixer

Michael is a young ambitious sound mixer in Philippines, majored in Electrical Engineering Technology in Batangas State University from 2003 to 2006. After graduating from the university, he has been connected with AMI-Wildsound, a production house specializing in live and location sound recording, as a sound mixer & location recordist from 2008 May to present since he has a talent for live sound recording.

Christian Paul TrazonaDelos Santos (Sound Mixer)

Christian Paul TrazonaDelos Santos Sound Mixer

Christian is specialized in film shooting, commercial shooting, also live sound recording and mixing. He is knowledgeable in P.A system operation, music party playback, live band set? up and in repairing defective cables and minor problem of mike, lapels, mixer, etc. His strength includes being able to work well with a variety of personalities to converse with anyone and to enter new easily situations with a creative and resourceful attitude. In addition, he is very detail oriented and punctual.

Bona Fajardo (Director, Producer, Editor)

Bona Fajardo

Bona Fajardo is a director, producer and editor. His achievements are outstanding such as his masterpiece Nostalgia was nominated as finalist from Cinemanila International Film Festival. In this movie he had involved in almost every part such as production design, directing, producing and editing. Also, from Astigmatism, he received Silver award from 2004 Hong Kong International Film Festival.

Filmography

  • 2012 Present LOL, Love on Line (Director/Editor)
  • 2009 Nostalgia (Director/Producer/Production Designer/Editor)
  • 2001-Present BluArt Design & Concept (Producer & Creative Director)
  • 2005-2006 Star Channel Enterprises, Hong Kong Ltd. (Creative Director)
  • 2005 Miss Pinoy (Director/Writer/Producer/Production Designer)
  • 2004 Astigmatism (Production Designer)
  • 2003 She Walks by Night… (Production Designer)
  • 1999 Rama at Sita (Stage/Set Decorator)
  • 1999 Muro-Ami (Art Director)
  • 1998 Jose Rizal (Art Director)

Awards & Recognition

  • 2003 Young Professional Award for Production Design at 20th Year-ender Excellence Awards in Manila, Philippines
  • 2002 Best Production Designer (from a movie Utang ni Tatang) at 2002 Manila Film Festival in Manila, Philippines

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