Remember O Goddess

Remember O Goddess

If you’ve ever wanted to be involved in Korean film production, or in independent film production in general, this is an opportunity you certainly won’t want to miss.

Remember O Goddess, an incredible noir 25 minute short film by director Yoon Jung Lee, is making waves and has been invited to several prominent festivals including the 2011 LA Asian Pacific Film Festival, in which it was a Finalist for the Golden Reel Jury Award for Short Film, in Los Angeles, USA; the 2011 Urban Suburban Film Festival, Philadelphia, USA; and the 2011 New York International Film Festival, NYC, USA amongst others.

In order to extend the film into a feature-length production, Yoon Jung Lee is seeking additional funding – which is where we can help.

To watch the 25 minute production, please visit the official Remember O Goddess site here.

Actor Kim Jeong-tae (김정태) takes the lead role as an amnesiac

Actor Kim Jeong-tae (김정태) takes the lead role as an amnesiac in a noirish world

By visiting this site at kickstarter, you can donate to help keep momentum on the project moving. You can also read the in-depth profile of all the talent involved, and the history of the production which highlights the incredible efforts of the team. Whether it’s $10 or $1,000, every little helps and will be appreciated. Depending on the level of your donation you could receive your name in the credits, a signed DVD and poster, or even a guided tour. Please see the website for more details, and let’s work together to help director Yoon Jung Lee and Remember O Goddess develop the potential so clearly displayed in the short film.

If you need more convincing, here’s a video from actor Jung Woo-sung (정우성), who worked with Yoon Jung Lee on The Good, The Bad, The Weird (좋은 놈, 나쁜 놈, 이상한 놈) with a message of his own.

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