Dai Sil Kim-Gibson
Dai Sil Kim-Gibson, formerly professor of Religion at Mount Holyoke College with a Ph.D in Religion from Boston University, is a renowned independent filmmaker/writer, known for championing the compelling but neglected issues of human rights. All of her films garnered many awards, including the Kodak Filmmaker Award, and were screened at numerous festivals worldwide, in addition to nationally broadcast on PBS and on the Sundance Channel in the United States. She has received grants from the Rockefeller and MacArthur Foundations. An author of many articles, "Silence Broken: Korean Comfort Women" is her first book (The Philadelphia Inquirer, "unforgettable") and her second book is "Looking for Don: A Meditation." She has completed editing and compiling a memoir by her late husband, Donald D. Gibson, "Iowa Sky, a Memoir," which was published in January 2013. (8/14)
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: ...