Hanul Bahm


Seoul-born, Atlanta-based Hanul Bahm is a filmmaker working at the intersection of external realities and inner truths. She has directed several shorts and produced transmedia / storytelling projects supported by POV and LACMA. She associate produced on "The Power to Heal" by Charles Burnett and edited on "And When I Die, I Won’t Stay Dead" by Billy Woodberry. She currently produces multimedia projects that support diverse stories.

Hanul received her MFA in Film/Video from CalArts and BA in Photography and Journalism from Rutgers University. She is an alum of POV Digital Labs and the New Orleans Film Society’s Southern Producers Lab.