Captured one evening in the latter half of 2013, this film shows Hyelim Kim's captivating performance at Asia House, London.
Filmed in its entirety, the show features not only a few stylings by this taegŭm guru but also Ms Kim collaborating with other artists and displaying her talent for how the instrument is used, both on its own, with folk music and in other music genres.
The film also details Hyelim Kim's career with this unique instrument and the achievements which her music knowledge have helped her to make.
A film by Jason Verney,
Native Nomad Pictures Limited.
Very special thanks to Asia House, Hyelim Kim and compere Mariam Neza, whom has recently been promoted to Programme Manager and Curator for the Arts & Learning Department of Asia House.
1 of only 42 interactive music videos in the world, made as a contender for the song "Heavy Seas Of Love" by Damon Albarn (Blur; Gorillaz; The Good, The Bad and The Queen; Monkey - Journey To The West)
Alas, it did not win. However, nice to know it would have been witnessed by esteemed judges and if lucky the artist himself.
This film has the alternative title of "Everyday Robert", Robert being the guy (or YOU, the viewer) who has lost his girlfriend through being too focused on other things.
The interactivity in this film allows you to venture down different areas of the place known as 'EVERYDAYTHESAME', where areas are not only aptly named for what they contain but also a certain few have an uncanny likeness to words used by the artist of the song.
There are many paths and a few outcomes, but only one ending in which contains the face of Robert's girlfriend. You won't regret searching.
- Created for the Tribeca Film Festival's project, "Tribeca Interactive & Interlude: A Music Film Challenge" (a collaboration with The Lincoln Motor Company), using Treehouse – Interlude’s self-service authoring suite.
Director: Jason Verney
Writer & Editor: Jason Verney
Actress: Seul Lee
Music: Damon Albarn
Very special thanks to Dean Ford Creativity.
Thanks and recognition to Tremayne.
Filmed in three countries: Australia; South Korea; U.K.