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4th (1999)

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New Currents Award

Christine Hakim
Indonesia
Born in Kuala Tungkal, Jambi, Christine Hakim has been involved in the film world as an actress for almost 25 years With such lengthy experience, she has also been selected as a member of the film jury for a number of international film festivals. {Leaf on a Pillow] is the first film she has produced, which won the Special Jury Prize at the Tokyo International Film Festival in 1998 and will also be shown at the 4th PIFF.
Simon Field
UK
Born in UK in 1946, Simon Field studied sociology at the University of Essex. In the 1970`s he worked as a freelance writer on art and film, and organized several international film festivals on avant-garde film. From 1988 to 1996 he headed the Cinema Department at the London Museum of Modern Art. From 1996 he has been director of the Rotterdam International Film Festival.
Bae Yong-Kyun
Korea
Born in Taegu in 1951, Bae Yong-Kyun studied fine arts at Seoul National University and received his doctoral degree in Formative Arts from the University Paris 8. His debut film, which he produced, photographed and directed, [Why has Bodhi-Dharma left for the East?] won the Golden Leopard at Locarno Film Festival in 1989. His second film [Black Soil], [White People] also won a Special Prize at the 10th Fribourg Film Festival. Known as the most unique filmmaker in Korea, Bae Yong-Kyun is currently working on a script for his next feature.
Momoi Kaori
Japan
Born in Fengyang, Shanxi Province, 1966, Jia Zhangke graduted from Beijing Film Academy and has been actively involved in independent filmmaking in China. He made the medium-length film [Xiao Shan Going Home] in 1996 and won the Gold Award at the Hong Independent Film Festival. [Xiao Wu] is his first feature length film, which won numerous awards from film festivals including the New Currents Award at 3rd PIFF.
Jia Zhang-ke
China
Born in Fengyang, Shanxi Province, 1966, Jia Zhangke graduted from Beijing Film Academy and has been actively involved in independent filmmaking in China. He made the medium-length film [Xiao Shan Going Home] in 1996 and won the Gold Award at the Hong Independent Film Festival. [Xiao Wu] is his first feature length film, which won numerous awards from film festivals including the New Currents Award at 3rd PIFF.

Sonje Award

Yang Yoon-Mo
Born in Cheju in 1956, Yang Yoon-Mo studied film at Seoul Institude of the Arts. He started his film career as a film critic in 1989 and wrote actively for many film periodicals. He tauch film at many universities including Chung-Ju University and his main interest is in short film. Currently he works solely as a film critic and an editor for Film Network, issued by the Korean Association of Film Art & Industry(KAFAI)
Cho Jai-Hong
Cho Jai-Hong(b. 1960) began his career as a film reporter. After working as assitant director for Jung Ji-Young and Lee Jang-Ho, he started hi career as film critic in 1989, working on both criticism and film production. With the screenplay for {silver Stallion]. he received the Best Script Award at Montreal World Film Festival in 1989. He just finished making [Shoot the Sun by Lyric]. a documentary on the screen quota system in Korea.
Yim Soon-Rye
Yim Soon-Rye(b. 1960) gained critical acclaim with her short film [Promenade in the Rain] which won the Grand Prize at 1st Seoul Short Film Festival. She majored in English at Hanyang University and feature studied film directing at the University Paris 8. She worked as an assitant for Yeo Kyun-Dong`s [Out to the World]. She made her debut with [Three Friends] in 1996, which the NETPAC Awards at the 1st PIFF.

Woonpa Award

Jung Ji-Young
Born in Cheju in 1956, Yang Yoon-Mo studied film at Seoul Institude of the Arts. He started his Born in Korea in 1946, Jung Ji-Young studied French at Korean University. In 1982, he made his directional debut with [Mist Whispers Like a Woman]. He also worked as a producer for TV. He has started to deal with social issues in Korean society since [North Korea`s Southern Army(1990). Including [The White Badge(1992)] and [Black Jack], he has made more than 10 films; his latest is [Naked being(1999)].
Joo Jin-Sook
Ph. D. Dept. of Radio-TV-Film, The Univ. of Texas at Austin. Joo Jin-Sook is a film professor at Chung-Ang University. She was a member of the Executive Committee of Grand Bell Film Festival(Korea) from 1993 to 1995, Jury Chairman at the 1st and 2nd Women`s Film Festival in Seoul and head of the Korean Film Institude(1996-8). She translated Film Art:(David Bordwell & Kristin Tompson) and edited Homo, Punk, Queer.
Jang Mi-Hee
Jang Mi-Hee is one of leading actress in Korea. She studied film directing and acting at UCLA and also studied education at Hawthorne University. She acted in a large number of films from 1981 to the early 1990s and won numerous acting awards. Currently, she devotes herself to teaching and translating, rather than acting.

NETPAC Award

Martial Knaebel
Swiss / Film Expert at the Direction of Development and Co-operation of the Swiss Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

Indu Shrikent
India / Deputy Editor of Cinemaya / Vice Chairman of NETPAC India

Im Hyun-Ock
Korea / Film Curator

FIPRESCI Award

Sandor Korospataxi
Hungary / Film Critic

Russel Edwards
Australia / Journalist

Yves Thoraval
France / Head of the Internation Exchanges Dept. of the French National Library

Lee Chui Hing
Hong Kong China / Film Critic

Kim Su-Nam
Korea / Chung-Ju University