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Letter from Producer Gerry Kim


My name is Gerry Kim, and I’m the producer of the feature documentary film, THE HOUSE OF SUH, directed by Iris Shim.

Our film was recently accepted into the 2010 Hot Docs Film Festival, one of the most prominent documentary film festivals in North America. But since we’re such a low budget film, Iris and I are in desperate need for finishing funds to help us get to Hot Docs.

Iris and I have calculated our costs to finish the film for the festival, which come out to $20,625. This includes payment for an editor, composer, and sound mix for the film’s exhibition at the festival.

For now, we are simply setting our goal at $5,000, but if you’d like to donate a lump sum beyond that amount, there might be an Co-Executive Producer credit waiting for you! (i.e. credit on the film, poster, and all materials affiliated with the project, along with many many other perks).

Helping us reach our funding goal will help us tremendously in getting our film to Hot Docs!

For more information on THE HOUSE OF SUH, please visit our website at www.thehouseofsuh.com. We can be readily reached at contactus@thehouseofsuh.com

Gerry Kim

Gerry Kim - A graduate from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, Gerry received his Master’s degree in Human Development and Psychology, focusing his studies on media psychology and adolescent development. He has worked on PBS programs such as Frontline (“The Age of AIDS”) and the Antiques Roadshow. Gerry served as Associate Producer for Race to Execution, produced and directed by Emmy Award winning filmmaker, Rachel Lyon. Gerry also recently worked at Antidote Films, an award winning New York based production company that has produced narrative and feature length documentary films. Mainly working in clearing archival rights and post production delivery, Gerry’s film credits from Antidote include Roman Polanski: Wanted and Desired, Soul Power, The Dungeon Masters, and Bomb It.

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