Artist

Me-K. Ahn

Me-Ahn is a filmmaker and writer. Her award winning short works, Living In Half Tones and Undertow have been screened at festivals nationally and internationally, including the Brussels Film Festival and the Seoul Documentary Festival. Her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in Seeds from a Silent Tree - An Adoption Anthology, The Adoption Reader, and won first place in Moon Rabbit Review's short fiction contest. She is also the recipient of Korea Society's Best Director Award, A Loft-McKnight Fellowship in Creative Prose and a Jerome Foundation Film/Video Grant. Currently she is working on a novel to be made into a feature film.

Videography

Undertow

1995, 18:30 minutes, B&W, English

Living in Half Tones

1993, 09:00 minutes, colour, B&W, English