Dai Sil Kim-Gibson
Born in northern Korea when it was under Japanese colonial rule, Dai Sil Kim-Gibson came to the United States in 1962 to pursue graduate studies. She received her Ph. D. in religion from Boston University, and taught at Mount Holyoke College, which was followed by a career as a federal and state government employee: senior program officer a the National Endowment for the Humanities and director of the media program of the New York State Council on the Arts.
She resigned from the New York State Council on the Arts to pursue a film career in 1988, going on to produce an array of award-winning films including Silence Broken: Korean Comfort Women and Wet Sand: Voices from LA. (5/08)
A film by Dai Sil Kim-Gibson, 2006, 41 min., Color
How do we decide where is home? Feeling increasingly isolated in her adopted homeland, accomplished documentarian Dai Sil Kim-Gibson (SILENCE BROKEN: ...