[Reporter Han Hyun-jung, Daily Economy Star Today]
Director Kang Dae-gyu, Ahn Hee-yeon (Hani), and Lee Jong-hyuk were appointed as ambassadors for the 2021 Seoul Barrier Free Film Festival.
Director Kang Dae-gyu, who presented a warm healing movie in 2020 as a ‘Pawn’, is the first to establish a relationship with a barrier-free movie as an ambassador for a 2021 Seoul Barrier Free Film Festival.
From drama ‘XX’, cinematic drama ‘SF8: The White Crow’, and ‘Grown-ups Just Don’t Know’, which is an invitation to the 25th Busan International Film Festival and is about to be released in 2021, he is actively active in dramas and movies, making his position as an actor. Ahn Hee-yeon, who is working hard on the film, also became involved with a barrier-free movie.
Lee Jong-hyuk, who is having a busy year with his activities crossing genres such as the movie ‘Shall I Do It Twice’, SBS drama ‘Good Casting’, musical ‘Broadway 42nd Street’, and entertainment, They made a relationship, and the cast ‘Mom’s Notebook’ was also produced as a barrier-free version.
The video of the three people’s appointment ceremony will be released at the opening ceremony of the 10th Seoul Barrier Free Film Festival, which will be aired on the YouTube channel of the Barrier Free Film Commission on the 11th.
As the public relations ambassadors for the audience, the visually impaired Lee Hyun-hak, the hearing impaired Lim Seo-hee, and the non-disabled public relations ambassador Ha Seung-yeon were appointed respectively. Lee Hyun-hak, a public relations ambassador for the visually impaired, is striving to improve the person with a disability through various performances and educational activities. Ha Seung-yeon, a non-disabled public relations ambassador, is an actor and a sign language interpreter.
The video of the appointment ceremony of the three people appointed as ambassadors for the audience of the 2021 barrier-free movie can also be found at the opening ceremony to be aired on the YouTube channel of the Barrier-Free Film Commission on the 11th.
Barrier-Free Film Festival, The 10th Seoul Barrier-Free Film Festival celebrates its 10th anniversary, expanding its appearance to an on-offline film festival and holding a barrier-free film festival for 21 days from the 11th to December 1st. Including the opening film ‘Obaltan’, it presents a richer and more diverse short barrier-free film than any other year. Online viewing is available for free through the Korean Movie Database KMDb VOD, and offline, it will be screened at Cinematheque KOFA, the Korean Film Archive from the 13th to the 15th. Screening schedules and detailed screenings can be found on the Seoul Barrier Free Film Festival website.
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