One Fine Day: Korean Short Film and Media Art in London
THIS EVENT IS ARCHIVED
Ingeun Kim (Director, Royal College of Art) / Sukho Yun (Director of Winter Sonata)
Date: 24 January 2014Time: 5:00 PM
Finishes: 24 January 2014Time: 9:00 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College BuildingsRoom: G50
Type of Event: Film
Series: CKS Seminar Programme
One Fine Day (2012), written & directed by Ingeun Kim is a 29'37" long film depicting the daily life of a London based Korean artist. The film introduces Ilsu, whose everyday routines are illuminated via both compatible and confronting interactions he has with other people. Ingeun Kim, the director of the film, is himself a practicing artist in London and had his friends and acquaintances involved in the film, with whom his real life relationships were the source and inspiration for his characters in the film. His initial impulse to make video sketches of his friends at dinner parties may have been on the spur of the moment but it eventually bred and developed into a more genuine interest in filmmaking. With this film, he speaks about internal frustrations, emotional conflicts and absurdity within and among artists.
Director - Ingeun Kim
Ingeun Kim is an artist and filmmaker based in London, currently studying at the Royal College of Art in London. He was trained as a sculptor from his early artistic career, and his work now has a wide span of medium from film to sound installation. In 2011, by starting to write a scenario for his first narrative short film entitled ‘One Fine Day’ he founded a filmmakers’ group, ‘Red Carpet Spirit’ where several short films subsequently were produced in collaboration with many his artist friends.
Commentator - Sukho Yun
Sukho Yun is one of the most famous TV drama producers and directors in Korea and is currently a visiting scholar in Centre of Korean Studies at SOAS. He made the drama series, Four Seasons, including 'Winter Sonata,' which is considered to be the Korean drama that launched the Korean Wave (Hallyu) throughout Asia and worldwide.
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