Regina Miyoung Park – Director/Producer/Editor
Regina Park is a second-generation Korean-American. After graduating from Columbia University in New York City with a joint degree in English and film studies, Regina entered the world of independent film where she has remained to this day. Throughout her ten years’ experience in film and television production in New York, she has worked with Academy Award™-winning documentarians such as Jessica Yu and Michael Moore, as well as on other independent feature films, television series, documentaries and commercials in which she has taken on producing, writing, shooting and editing roles. Her feature narrative script MORNING CALM, which she wrote based on her mother’s childhood memoirs of surviving the Korean War, was among a select group to be chosen to participate in the International Film Financing Conference in San Francisco, California in 2000 where she was also the recipient of a scholarship funded by the National Asian American Telecommunications Association and the National Association of Latino Independent Producers. In December 2006, Regina was invited as a special guest speaker and panelist to a conference hosted by the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Journalism to present her documentary, NEVER PERFECT and in May 2007 the film won a Silver Remi Award at the 40th WorldFest Film Festival in Houston, Texas. The film has been selected as a sponsored project of the Independent Feature Project and is represented by Smiley Film Distribution & World Sales. This is Regina’s first feature documentary film as director/producer.