Woo Jung Cho, Director/Producer:

Over the years Cho has served in many roles — as director, producer, attorney and distribution consultant — in the independent film community. She is a Sundance Institute and IFP Lab Fellow, and her projects have received funding support from NEH, NYSCA, NBPC, and ITVS. Previously she served as head of business affairs for Arthouse Films, overseeing the acquisition and licensing for a portfolio of over 20 award-winning films. From 2011 to 2013, she served as head of productions and business affairs for Lovett Stories + Strategies, a boutique documentary production company. Recently she joined Cinereach, a not-for-profit production company and foundation, as its head of business affairs. She produced “Twelve Disciples of Nelson Mandela,” which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival, and her film credits as legal counsel and/or distribution consultant include “Through A Lens Darkly: Black Photographers and the Emergence of a People,” “The Artist Is Present: Marina Abramovic,” “Waste Land,” and “Daughter From Danang,” among others.

Cindy Yoon, Producer/Editor:

Yoon is a film and video editor who has worked in feature, documentary, commercial, and short form film projects. Her interest in media began in Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, where she focused on media and international relations. She has edited and managed web media projects for many nonprofit organizations, including the Lawyer’s Committee for Human Rights and the Asia Society, eventually becoming the web program director for the Asia Society. Projects she has contributed to include “Winter’s Bone,” Oscar nominee for Best Picture and winner of the 2010 Sundance Grand Jury Prize, and “Monogamy,” winner of Best New York Narrative at the Tribeca Film Festival.

JiYe Kim, Co-Producer/Multimedia Editor:

Kim is an artist and film editor born in South Korea and currently based in New York City. She recently completed a short film titled “(1990 – 2011),” and edited the feature documentary, “Cerro Rico, Tierra Rica,” directed by Juan Vallejo, which premiered at the Valdivia International Film Festival, Chile, and subsequent screenings internationally. Her works have been exhibited in a variety of venues (including her solo show “Right to Left {Under the Milky Way}” shown at the Giacobetti Paul Gallery in Brooklyn) and have screened in various film festivals, including the second Women’s Film Festival in Chennai, India, and the fifth Independent Documentary Festival in Seoul, South Korea. More info