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Park Eugene

Eugene is a writer, director, and producer working in traditional narrative and experimental forms. Eugene’s films have screened at festivals, micro-cinemas, and on broadcast television, including Chicago Underground Film Festival, New York International Independent Film & Video Festival, Athens International Film + Video Festival, Anthology Film Archives, New Hope Film Festival, Portland Art Museum, and on Time Warner Cable.

Eugene’s feature-length screenplay, Michael’s Story, was the winner of the Screenplay Competition at the 37th Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF). He is a 2014 recipient of an Artist Project Grant from the Illinois Arts Council, which supported the production of his latest film, Self-Deportation: The Untold Tale of a Marginal Woman. Newcity Magazine recently profiled Eugene in “Chicago’s Screen Gems: Film 50” – an annual list of the leaders in Chicago’s thriving film industry.