OUT OF A
SOUTH KOREAN
ORPHANAGE AND INTO THE WORLD

Denver-based filmmaker Glenn Morey is using his recent documentary project “Side by Side” to candidly explore the range of emotions and experiences that derive from being adopted from South Korea into a new country and into a family of a different race.

By Glenn Morey (AKA Kim Kang), filmmaker

Tell me about yourself, your background and your career as a filmmaker so far.

I’m half of a filmmaking partnership with my wife, Julie Morey. We’ve been working together making all kinds of films and documentaries for some 35 years now. This is our latest project, which we co-directed and I produced. We’ve been working on this for the last five or so years. As far as my personal background, I spent almost my whole career in advertising, branding and social media. Only over the last five or six years have I almost exclusively focused on this project. So yeah, that’s kind of me in a nutshell.

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