Maggie Gogler is a freelance film producer, production manager and she also works with children. She has a passion for Korean and World Cinema as well as music and arts. Maggie has been interested in cinema since she was 15 and discovered love for Korean films in 2004 when she saw Kim Ki Duk’s The Isle. She supports British and Asian independent film-making and enjoys producing creative and interesting projects. Maggie is the co-founder of View of the Arts and one of the main contributors.
Sanja Struna is a freelance translator, film journalist, writer, an avid reader and a perpetual dreamer. She loves cinema in general, but fell especially in love with Korean cinema some odd years ago – and never looked back. She now spends a solid portion of the year travelling the world, discovering great new (and old) films at various global (and local) film festivals. Sanja is one of the main contributors and the chief editor of View of the Arts.
Roxy Simons is a journalist who has been in love with all things Japanese ever since she first set her eyes on Sailor Moon at the age of five. Since then she has become fascinated with the culture, cuisine, and history of the country, and has a particular obsession with Rurouni Kenshin, Shaman King, and Bakuman. When she’s not watching things to review or playing Touken Ranbu, she can be found plotting her next trip to Japan. Roxy is the co-founder of View of the Arts.
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Maggie and Sanja recently decided to take another step forward; together, they founded a sister website to ‘View of the Arts’, called ‘View of Korean Cinema’. If you like Korean cinema or if you are curious and wish to explore new cinematic worlds, you can find us at https://viewofkoreancinema.com/.