Divided Families Film LA Benefit

Divided Families Film LA Benefit

Join us for a fundraiser to support the Divided Families Film, a documentary chronicling families that were divided against their will after the Korean War. Meet members of the film production team and hear stories of divided family members.

Divided Families Film Demo Reel


If you also wish to support our film through donations, those who donate $100 - $1,000 will be honored in the credits as a Friend of the Film. Those who donate above $1,000 will be honored as a Founding Benefactor (PLEASE Donate Directly through our fiscal sponsor (DER) at:



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Your admission ticket will include an open bar, hors d'œuvres, live and silent auction, music, and an introduction to the Divided Families Film. We look forward to seeing you at this exclusive event!


A Preview of our Auction Items!

Auction items

Open Bar for the First Hour

Soju Cocktails by Jinro America

8:00 - 9:00 pm


Los Angeles Premiere: Excerpts from the Film

9:30 pm


Live and Silent Auction including


Lakers Lower Level Tickets

Dodgers Premium Game Day Packages

Skydiving Tickets

3-Day Hotel Package

Autographed Sports Memorabilia 

Designer Apparel from Citizens of Humanity

10:00 pm


Live Music from LA's hottest DJs throughout the evening


Hosted at the Blue Velvet Restaurant and Lounge
in Downtown Los Angeles

Blue Velvet

Cocktail Attire Optional

Sample Auction Items:

- Designer apparel item by Doo.Ri

- Indoor skydiving tickets (retail value $160)

- Los Angeles Dodgers Memorabilia

- Private cooking lesson valued for 2 (retail value $350)

Hors d'œuvres by Blue Velvet


Sponsored by:



Hosted by your Los Angeles DFF Crew:

Christine Bae, Jennifer Chon, Evangel Fung, Jane Kim, Leslie Sun

Jennifer Tsay, Hari Won, Justin Yi, Milee Yu, Bryan Cheung

Name Sales End Price Fee
Advance Tickets ($30 at the door) Ended $20 $
General Payments Ended Free

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A documentary film about Korean Americans and their divided families in North Korea.


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