A year

A year
  • Regia: Jisun Jamie Kim
  • Anno di produzione: 2018

A Himalayan village woman yearns to provide a better life for her young daughters. But the only possible option she sees is surrogacy - a choice that will explode her domestic tranquility and become a searing dilemma.

Jisun Jamie Kim is a Korean-American writer-director who was born and raised in
Seoul, Korea. Her latest short film, A Year premiered at Telluride Film Festival in 2018
and was the recipient of Woodstock Film Festival's best student film award, Nitehawk
Short Film Festival's best cinematography award, and River Film Festival's best student
film and audience award. Her other previous work includes MIA, which won the Golden
Palm Award at Mexico International film festival in 2018. Jisun's work has been shown
to Boston film festival, New Orleans film festival, Florida film festival, Short shorts in
Japan, Hollyshorts, Nordic International film festival, and San Diego Asian film festival.
Prior to filmmaking Jisun taught Psychology as a lecturer and worked as an investment
analyst at UBS wealth management. She is currently making her first feature film
Nomos. The film is being produced by Christos Konstantakopoulos whose credits
include: Before Midnight, The Lobster, and Love is Strange. Jisun is a Maurice Kanbar
Scholar and a graduate candidate of NYU's Graduate Film Program.