Drama I, Too, Am A Film Director Season 2 Information

I, Too, Am A Film Director Season 2

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Behind the Camera
Behind the Camera

Director E J-yong signs on to direct a short advertorial film and becomes taken with the whimsical notion of directing the film not from on set, but from an off-site location using Web-based technology. E writes this very idea into his short film, a story about a director who attempts to "remote direct" his film set in order to go on a date. E then rounds up an impressive star-studded cast, but secretly flies out to Hollywood, Los Angeles in order to put his plan to action. On the morning of the first day of shoot, E J-yong greets his cast and crew through a monitor. Without the director on set, the film goes spiraling into chaos.

Black Horn Night Heron
Black Horn Night Heron

(Short Film / 13 min) Heng and his best friend set out on their habitual traverse through the hillsides of Cambodia to school. When Heng is sees his dead mother's spirit. Together they go on an adventure that tests the boundaries of their morals, strains their friendship and changes both their lives forever. DIRECTOR: Miriam Ditchfield / FESTIVALS: Best Female Director Student Award the Director’s Guild of America; Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin; Brisbane International Film Festival; Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival

Red Carpet
Red Carpet

Adult movie director Jung-Woo (Yoon Kye-Sang) dreams of working as a regular commercial film director. Eun-Soo (Koh Joon-Hee) is a commercial film actress, who began her career when she was a child. After Jung-Woo meets Eun-Soo he faces enormous changes in his life.

Our Sunhi
Our Sunhi

Sunhi (Jung Yu-Mi) graduated from college, majoring in film. In order to ask about a recommendation letter from Professor Choi (Kim Sang-Jung) to study in the US, she visits her university after a long time. Sunhi expects Professor Choi to give her a good recommendation letter because he likes her. She also meets two other men she knew: Moon-Soo (Lee Sun-Kyun), who just became a film director, and Jae-Hak (Jung Jae-Young), who is a well established film director.

Seoul Station
Seoul Station

Seoul Station (Korean: 서울역) is a South Korean animated zombie film directed by Yeon Sang-ho. Released on August 18, 2016, the film stars Ryu Seung-ryong, Shim Eun-kyung and Lee Joon in the lead roles. The film was shown at the 2016 Edinburgh Film Festival. The film serves as the prequel to the live-action film Train to Busan[7][8] by the same director. Several groups of people try to survive a zombie pandemic that unleashes itself in downtown Seoul.