On the 16th April 2014 South Korea was changed as a nation. After the days, weeks and months that followed the Sewol tragedy, the country became undone, untrusting and more divided than we have ever seen in its history.

AFTER THE SEWOL explores the changing faces of this nation through the eyes of two British film makers. They talk with relatives of the victims, rescue divers and activists about their struggles and battles since this tragic accident happened and embark upon a journey to uncover how this accident came about, looking deep into Korean history about why no action was taken to prevent it in the first place.

This journey takes them all over Korea, meeting an older generation struggling to create a safer place for their children to live in and a young vibrant generation fighting for a corrupt free society.

But, all of them searching for one thing, the truth about why the Sewol victims died.

The film has currently been selected into 8 international film festivals including,

the 40th Asian American IFF in New York, where it had its US premiere on the 5th August 2017.

It won best feature documentary at the TMC London IFF, London as well as picking up some nominations at the Human Rights Human Dignity IFF in Myanmar.

It also had various press including an article by the BBC and the Diplomat.