Baek Seung-bin was born in Daegu, South Korea in 1977. He is a graduate of the Korean Academy of Film Arts. His short films include Daytrippers (2004), Darling (2005) and The French Lieutenant’s Woman (2007) which is based on John Fowles’ novel and was invited to the 12th Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF).Members of the Funeral was invited to the 13th PIFF in the ‘New Currents’ section where it received a special mention by the jury and won the NETPAC Award. Members of the Funeral is a selected feature film project for ‘The Advanced Program’ of the Korean Academy of Film Arts and is Baek Seung-bin’s feature film debut.

Accolades

Baek Seung-bin
APSA NETPAC Development Prize, 2009

Baek Seung-bin

Members of the Funeral (Jang-rye-sik-ui)
APSA NETPAC Development Prize, 2009

Baek Seung-bin

Members of the Funeral (Jang-rye-sik-ui)

Winner, APSA NETPAC Development Prize, 2009 “An unconventional film-structure.” “Intelligently woven screenplay.” “Visual imagery which is full of originality.” “Masterful direction which attracts viewers from…

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Baek Seung-bin
Best Screenplay, 2009

Baek Seung-bin

Members of the Funeral (Jang-rye-sik-ui)
Best Screenplay, 2009

Baek Seung-bin

Members of the Funeral (Jang-rye-sik-ui)

Baek Seung-bin was born in Daegu, South Korea in 1977. He is a graduate of the Korean Academy of Film Arts. His short films include Daytrippers (2004), Darling (2005)…

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Films

Members of the Funeral
2009

Members of the Funeral (Jang-rye-sik-ui)

Republic of Korea
2009

Members of the Funeral (Jang-rye-sik-ui)

Winner, APSA NETPAC Development Prize, 2009 A group of people are gathered at a boy’s funeral. Joon-Ki (Yoo Ha-Bok), a closeted transvestite and physical therapist;…

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