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Get a Behind-The-Scenes Look At an Oscar-Nominated Short

Cinematographer Eugene Koh discusses the live action short 'Feeling Through'

With 2024 Academy Awards coming up this Sunday, March 10, we're taking a look back at our interview with cinematographer Eugene Koh, whose live action short film "Feeling Through" was nominated for an Oscar in 2021.

In these excerpts from our virtual workshop, Eugene shares a behind-the-scenes look at the challenges on set for "Feeling Through" and how the team overcame them.


Born and raised in South Korea, Eugene obtained her MFA in Film Production, specializing in cinematography from NYU Tisch School of the Arts. She’s worked on numerous shorts, including Sing Along, starring Uzo Aduba, Alice Ripley and Myles Erlick and Variables which won a DGA award. She also produced Teleglobal Dreamin’, which premiered and was a runner up for the Best Narrative Short at SXSW.Most recently, the short she shot, 'Feeling Through' was nominated for best shorts at the Oscars. She will be working with Amazon Games Studio to develop programs as a showrunner.

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