Interview with Filmmaker MingYeong Jo (ARROWHEAD HILL, THE 66 YEARS FROZEN IN TIME)

Matthew Toffolo's Summary

ARROWHEAD HILL, THE 66 YEARS FROZEN IN TIME played to rave reviews at the September Female Feedback Film Festival.

1. What motivated you to make this film?

South Korea is in a truce. The 1950 Korean War has lasted more than half a century. In the 1950s, the Korean War was fought with guns, knives, tanks, and landmines. Now, it is proceeding with the ever-deepening cultural differences and conflicts between the two Koreas, the history of separated families who can’t meet while living in the South and the North, the sad family remembered for the death of their father and brother, and the ever-deepening cultural differences and conflicts between the two Koreas As such, the Korean War continues. This documentary began with the question ‘What war am I going through in Korea?’

2. From the idea to the finished product, how long did it take for you to make this…

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