Korean-born writer and director Eunhee Cho majored in Film at The Dongguk University in Seoul and earned an MFA degree in Film at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Her first feature film INNER CIRCLE LINE (2006), filmed with the help of a grant from The Korean Film Council, premiered at Rotterdam 2006 and was awarded a Special Jury Prize at SXSW 2006. The movie was theatrically released in Korea 2008 and had its run extended to more than 2 months. Cho was awarded with the inaugural Adrienne Shelly Director’s Grant, given together with IFP to support exceptional female filmmakers, and she also was selected as one of IFP’s Filmmaker Magazine’s “25 New Faces of Independent Film” in 2006. Cho’s one of new projects QUARI was developed with the support of the Asian Cinema Fund (ACF) of Busan International Film Festival and selected by the Sundance Institute for its inaugural Creative Producing Initiative. Currently she is working on several film projects in Korea.
Winning Project: Inner Circle Line