Yoonha Park (USA)

Yoonha Park is a Korean-American director and editor based in New York. He studied filmmaking at The Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film and Television at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. A prolific director of music videos and short films, he has helmed award-winning clips for artists such as Liars, Washed Out, Protomartyr, M83 and the New York City Ballet. As a documentary editor, his credits include Northern Light (2013), directed by Nick Bentgen, as well as work for VICE, The New York Times and Beyoncé. In 2007, Yoonha helped create the video channel for the music site Pitchfork, directing the performance series Juan’s Basement for the show’s first two seasons. His short film Early Sunday Morning, a collaboration with choreographer Justin Peck, premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2015.

Amarillo [co-written with Jacob Halpren] Two Asian-American teenagers attempt to start a band in their predominantly white North Texas town in 1988.