Jeongeun Choi is a writer-director based between the UK and South Korea. She started her film career as a script supervisor on the top-ranking Korean thriller SEVEN DAYS and the Cannes Jury Prize-winner THIRST by director Park Chan-wook. Whilst studying at the London Film School, her commercial, DOVE NATURAL BEAUTY, was commissioned by the Kodak Commercial Awards and screened at the W Project celebrating the 100th International Woman’s Day. In 2011, Jeongeun directed SPARE, a collaboration with The National Gallery in London, which was nominated for Best Experimental Film at BAFTA-recognised Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2012 as well as Best Music Composition at BAFTA-recognised Underwire Film Festival 2012. Jeongeun’s award-winning short, RISE ABOVE, funded by the Korean Film Council and Jeju Film Commission, screened at the Kustendorf International Film and Music Festival 2013 in Serbia and Riga International Short Film Festival 2013 in Latvia, where it was awarded the ‘Special Mention’. Jeongeun is currently developing four feature film scripts: THE GO-BETWEEN, THE DAILY TELEGRAPH AFFAIR, GEMMA and WILFRED. THE GO-BETWEEN was shortlisted for the BBC Writersroom Drama Room 2018 as well as selected for PLOT Script Lab at IndieLisboa 2019 and Talent Lab at Reykjavík International Film Festival 2019. In addition, it received special praise from Thousand Films Scriptwriting Competition 2019. DOGGERLAND - a proof-of-concept short to realise one of her features in development THE DAILY TELEGRAPH AFFAIR - was selected for Film Hub South East BFI NETWORK Project Lab 2018 (Writers) in Cambridge, Directors UK Pitching Workshop at Glasgow Film Festival 2019 and Drama Pitching Lab 2019 at International Short Film Festival in Drama.