100 years of Korean Cinema

International symposium in celebration of the centenary of Korean cinema

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Date: 30th October 2019

Organized and supported by:
Film Studies Department, ELTE Eötvös Loránd University
Budapest Korean Cultural Center
Korean Film Archive
Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism
Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Venue: ELTE BTK, Room 34, Múzeum krt. 6-8., Budapest


Opening of the symposium

Morning Panel – Chair: Teréz Vincze, ELTE University

Natália Fábics
Film Studies Department, ELTE University / Media Institute, Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design
The Role of International Film Festivals in South Korean Cinema’s Worldwide Success

Chi-Yun Shin

Sheffield Hallam University
Trajectories of Feminist Film History: Seoul International Women’s Film Festival

Coffe break

Gábor Sebő
School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures, The University of Edinburgh
Different Interpretations of Chunhyang-jeon: Movie Adaptations on Both Sides of the Korean Peninsula

12.15-14.00 Lunch break

Afternoon Panel – Chair: Natália Fábics, ELTE University

Barbara Wall
Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, University of Copenhagen
Questioning Ethical Possibility: Thigh Slicing as Ritual for the Initiation of Compassion and Filial Piety in Kim Ki-duk’s Pietà(2012)

Teréz Vincze
Film Studies Department, ELTE University
Modernist Art Cinema and Korean Auteurs – The Case of Hong Sang-soo

Coffe break

Eric Choi
Acquisition Department, Korean National Film Archive
Presentation about the activities of the Korean National Film Archive

Roundtable discussion:
The role of Film Archives in keeping alive the film heritage
Eric Choi, Korean National Film Archive
Márton Kurutz, Hungarian National Film Archive
Moderated by Teréz Vincze

Supported by:

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