Goran Topalovic

New York Asian Film Festival

Guest

Co-founder and co-director of the New York Asian Film Festival

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After hearing about how North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il kidnapped filmmaker Shin Sang-Ok to make films in the north for a decade, we take a closer look at the director’s work.

Shin Sang-Ok

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