Jury Members for Korean Cinema Today - Vision & New Currents Section Korean Film Grand Prize
Lee Seon-yeong participated as a D.P. in nu-merous independent productions including Jesus Hospital (2011), which won the Grand Prize at the 7th Seoul Independent Film Festival, documentaries Bittersweet Joke (2011) and MANSHIN: Ten Thousand Spirits (2013), and a narrative feature The Liar (2014). She also joined various commercial productions such as Horror Stories I (2012), Marriage Blue (2013), Casa Amor; Exclusive for Ladies (2014), The Chosen: Forbidden Cave (2015), Horror Stories III (2012), and On the Line (2021), the latest film by Kim Seon and Kim Gok.
Yun Ji-un specialized in cinematography at the 19th Korean Academy of Film Arts and made his debut as a cinematographer with the feature film, No Regret (2006). He shot the feature film, Pluto (2012), which was selected for the Busan International Film Festival and the Berlin International Film Festival, and received the Festival Jury Award at the 2013 Florence Korea Film Festival. He worked as the cinematographer for the feature film, Madonna (2014), which was a candidate for the Cannes Film Festival's Un Certain Regard and received the Halekulani Golden Orchid Award at the 2015 Hawai’i International Film Festival. He was also the cinematographer for the feature film Glass Garden (2017), which was the opening film at the 2017 Busan International Film Festival and received the Best Screenplay Award at the 2018 Fantasporto International Film Festival. Since then, he has been active as the cinematographer for more than 20 films, including the feature film Hommage (2021).
Lee Doo-man graduated from Hanyang University of Theater and Film where he studied directing, and he studied Cinematography at Australian Film Television and Radio School. He participated in many independent films and won awards at international film festivals. From 2000, he has expanded his work as a cinematographer for commercial films. He made his debut as a cinematographer and technical director of the first Korean full digital feature film Tear (2000). Since then, he has been working as a cinematographer across independent and commercial films. Representative films include May 18 (2007) which won best cinematography in 2007 Korean Association of Film Critics’ Awards and My Wedding Campaign (2005) which was selected as the closing film of 2005 Busan International Film Festival.