Korean Cinema: Creating Culture, Interpreting Experience
Lecture series presented by The Korean Cultural Center and The Korea Culture and Content Agency
Wednesday, April 09, 2008
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Korean Cultural Center
Ari Hall, 3rd Floor
5505 Wilshire Blvd.
The Korean Cultural Center and the Korea Culture and Content Agency are offering a lecture series on Korean Cinema during the month of April. The lecture series will feature a variety of experts in Korean film and the film industry and will be an exciting opportunity to hear first-hand about Korean Cinema and its powerful impact abroad.
The lecture series will take place from April 9 - April 30, every Wednesday from 7 - 9 p.m.
Screenings of Korean films related to the lectures will be provided.
Maximum of 100 people for this lecture series! Sign up now!
Schedule of Lecturers and Presentation Topics:
(Note: All lectures are on Wednesday evenings from 7 - 9 p.m.)
April 9: David James, Professor of Critical Studies, USC
"Sopyonje and the Making of a Korean National Cinema"
April 16: James Kang, Film Producer
"Independent Filmmaking for the World"
April 23: Namhee Lee, Assistant Professor of Modern
Korean History, UCLA
"The Politics of Remembering the Korean War:
Blockbuster Films, History, and Memory"
April 30: Timothy Tangherlini, Professor of Asian Languages
and Culture, UCLA
"We're not anarchists: Documenting the rise of the Choseon Punk Movement"
Free with student ID
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Sponsor(s): Center for Korean Studies, The Korean Cultural Center, The Korea Culture and Content Agency