27th PRESS SERVICE, 5-14 October 2022 FORUM BIFF

Korean Cinema Forum

Korean Cinema’s 100th Anniversary Forum

Hosts: BIFF, Korean Film Archive, Busan Visual Industry Center / Venue: Conference Hall, Busan Visual Industry Center (11F)

* Simultaneous interpretation(Kor/Eng) service provided

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10/9(Wed) Reception and Practice of Early Cinema in East Asia
13:10~13:40 Keynote Speech: Asian Pieces to the World Film History Puzzle – Jane M. Gaines (Columbia Univ.) Moderator: CHO Jun-hyung (Korean Film Archive)
Jane Gaines (Columbia University)
13:40~15:20 Session1 Reception of Early Cinema in East Asia Moderator: CHO Jun-hyung (Korean Film Archive)
Thrills, Power, Speed, and Stars: Distributing and Promoting Silent Film Serials in Japan Rudmer Canjels (Independent media historian)
Canonizing Sexual Image, Devaluing Gender Performance: Replacing Onnagata with Actresses in Japanese Cinema Hideaki Fujiki (Nagoya Univ.)
Adventure for Justice: Detective Stories as Transcultural Adaptation of Early Cinema in Colonial Korea LEE Hwa-jin (Yonsei Univ.)
15:40~16:40 Session2 Early film production in East Asia Moderator: LEE Ho-geol (Jiseok Film Institute)
How Roleau became Songsan instead of Matsuyama: Early film practices in colonial Korea and the influence from American serial films CHUNG Chonghwa (Korean Film Archive)
Early Chinese Filmmaking through the Lens of a Victorian/Japanese/Chinese Story Xuelei Huang (Univ. of Edinburgh)
16:50~17:50 Session3 General Discussion Panel: Mitsuyo Wada-Marciano (Kyoto Univ.)
10/10(Thu) 균열과 생성: 한국영화 100년(1)
10:30~12:00 Keynote Speech: Cinema: cracks and regeneration in life Discussant: HUH Moonyung (Film Critic)
13:00~14:40 Session1 Cracks in Korean Film Historiography Moderator: SUH Daejeong (Pusan Nat’l Univ.) / Panel: LEE Soonjin (Film Historian), LEE Hwa-jin (Yonsei Univ.)
Topography of Korean Film History in the Era of Digital Archiving PARK Yuhee (Korea Univ.)
The Film-making history made by the State: A gaze at the gap between the 'Low-quality films' and 'Superior films' of the Yushin era SIM Hyekyong (Chung-Ang Univ.)
Remembering as Cultural Practice and Film Historiography CHON Woohyung (Chung-Ang Univ.)
15:00~16:40 Session2 Rupture and New Creation Caused by Korean Film Movements (PNU Film Institute) Moderator: HONG Sang Woo (Gyeongsang National Univ.) / Panel: KIM Choong Kook (Pusan Nat'l Univ.), HUR Jeongsic (Film Scholar)
1947, The End of the Film Movement in the Liberation Period HAN Sang-eon (HSECI Director)
Notes on the Ex-sistence of Modernism in Korean Film History: Focusing on Korean New Wave Cinema KIM Soh Youn(Pusan Nat'l Univ.)
Comprehending the Cracks in Korean Independent Film Movement and Reading the Signs of Attraction since 2000’s MOON Gwangyu(Pusan Nat'l Univ.)
17:00~18:30 Session3 Roundtable: Integration and Disintegration – The 100 years’ Moviegoers, the 21st Century’s Watching Movies Moderator: CHEON Jung-hwan (Cultural Studies Researcher, Sungkyunkwan Univ.) Panel: JUNG Sung-il (Director, Film Critic), KIM Young (Producer), JUNG Chanchul (Hankuk Univ. of Foreign Studies)
10/11(금) Cracks and Creation: Korean Cinema 100 years (2)
10:30~12:00 Session4 Criticism at the Turning Point: Issues of Korean Cine-Feminism Moderator: SOHN Hee-jeong (Yonsei Univ.)
Panel: SONG Hyo joung (Film Critic, Daegu Univ.)
13:00~14:40 Session5 Catastrophic Imagination of Korean Cinema (Im Kwon Taek Film Archive and Research Center of Dongseo University) Moderator: NAM Inyoung (Dongseo Univ.)
Comparative Study on Contemporary Korean Cinema & Global Cinema’s Catastrophic Recognition LEE Jeeheng (Chung-Ang Univ.)
Panel: KIM Jungsun (Dongseo Univ.)
Class Divide and Catastrophic Imagination in Bong Joon-ho's Snowpiercer (2013) and Parasite (2019) LEE Nam (Chapman Univ.)
Panel: KIM Pil Ho (Ohio State Univ.)
15:00~16:40 Session6 Cracks and Margins of Nation Moderator: KIM Yiseok (Dong-Eui Univ.) / Panel: MOON Jaecheol (Chung-Ang Univ.), AN Jinsoo (UC Berkeley)
Seoul-Hong Kong-Macau: Love with an Alien (1957), Sinophone World, and Postwar South Korean National Cinema LEE Sangjoon (Nanyang Technological Univ.)
Korean Action Films of the 1970s and Asian Martial Arts Films: The Lineage of East Asian Action and Global Capitalism Yi Youngjae (SungkyunKwan Univ.)
Mother and Monster: How 21st Century Korean Cinema on Female Immigrants Portrays Gender and Nation JEONG Minah (Sungkyul Univ.)
17:00~18:30 Session7 Breaking and Crossing the Boundary of Division: Aesthetics of Rupture in North Korean Coproduction Film and Its Hidden Others Speaker: LEE Hyangjin (Rikkyo Univ.) / Panel: LEE Jihoon (Philo Art Lab)