SCREENING: Entry Level – Eckhaus Gallery in Kutztown, PA
August 29, 2008 – Entry Level, a documentary by Yaeri Song, “… is a juxtaposition of young professionals dwelling in the post-baccalaureate routine of work and life in New York City.” Recently, it was screened at the completely student-run Eckhaus Gallery in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. More information at http://www.eckhaus.org/.
Entry Level consists of five people, five pursuits, five perspectives, and all just out of college. “Tedra is an aspiring artist who struggles to find work that she’s passionate about. Eunju graduated with a degree in journalism and is living her dream as a VJ at MTV. Much to the dismay of his parents, Sam declined a high-paying consulting job to pursue an acting career. A Midwesterner at heart, Sarah feels that she has somehow changed since coming to the city to work at a nonprofit organization. Despite the high-profile investments that he manages, Rob admits that he hasn’t changed much since his fraternity days.”
Entry Level Trailer
The “documentary about New York(ers)” was also screened at the 8th Annual DC Asian Pacific American Film Festival on Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007 at 7pm at the Goethe-Institut. More on http://samghosh.wordpress.com/2007/08/20/filmfest-entry-level-in-asian-pacific-american-dc/ and http://samghosh.wordpress.com/2007/09/20/filmfest-entry-level-at-apa-8th-annual-in-dc/.
About Yaeri Song: Recently, documentarian and filmmaker Yaeri Song just got the job of her dreams with a well-known Korean film director, Kyung-Taek Kwak, on the small-screen adaptation of his 2001 classic, Friend (Chingoo). This Korean prime time production starts shooting in October. Congratulations Yaeri! http://www.yaerisong.com