Tammy Chu Tolle was born in Seoul, Korea and adopted to the U.S. with her twin sister. She wrote and directed her first film, Searching for Go-Hyang, an award-winning documentary that has been broadcast on PBS, Korean TV (EBS), and screened internationally at numerous film festivals, museums and events. She worked as the Associate Producer for Behind Forgotten Eyes, an award-winning documentary film narrated by LOSTíS Yunjin Kim about the plight of the 200,000 Korean sexual slaves during WWII. She has been living in Seoul for several years and is part of the film collective, Nameless Films. She is currently working on her new film, RESILIENCE, a documentary about Korean international adoption and birth mothers recently awarded a production grant from the Pusan International Film Festival and fiscally sponsored by Women Make Movies. (09/09)
Searching for Go-Hyang
A film by Tammy Tolle, 1998, 32 min., Color
A moving personal documentary, SEARCHING FOR GO-HYANG traces the return of twin sisters to their native Korea after a fourteen year absence. Sent awa...