Memory of Forgotten War

MEMORY OF FORGOTTEN WAR conveys the human costs of military conflict through deeply personal accounts of the Korean War (1950-1953) by four Korean-American survivors. Their stories take audiences through the trajectory of the war, from extensive bombing campaigns, to day-to-day struggle for survival, and separation from family members across the DMZ. Decades later, each person reunites with relatives in North Korea, conveying beyond words the meaning of family loss. These stories belie the notion that war ends when the guns are silenced and foreshadow the future of countless others displaced by ongoing military conflict today.

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Project Updates

Apr 16, 2014

MEMORY OF FORGOTTEN WAR screens at Cal State Sacramento
Screening April 16, 6:00 PM, Solano Hall 1010, 6000 J Street, Sacramento CA

Feb 15, 2014

MEMORY OF FORGOTTEN WAR screens at Asians on Film Festival
Screening Feb 15, 1:00 PM J.E.T. Studios, Los Angeles

Feb 09, 2014

MEMORY OF FORGOTTEN WAR screens at Sonoma County Museum, Santa Rosa
Screening Feb 9, 3:15 PM; Screening & Symposium as part of the exhibition, Camellia Has Fallen: Contemporary Korean Artists Reflect on the Jeju Uprising

Feb 08, 2014

MEMORY OF FORGOTTEN WAR screens at Seattle Asian American Film Festival
February 8, 11:00AM, Ark Lodge Cinemas Theater 1