한가위특집 : 독립영화 삼색전 _독립영화 영자막 상영

 

외국인 친구와 함께 독립영화를 즐기자. 추석 연휴 기간 동안 세 편의 한국 독립영화가 영자막과 함께 상영됩니다. 한국 단편문학의 정수 메밀꽃 필 무렵’, ‘봄봄’, ‘운순 좋은 날을 애니메이션으로 만나 볼 수 있는 <메밀꽃, 봄봄, 그리고 운수 좋은 날>, 64회 베를린국제영화제 등전세계 유수영화제에 초청되며 화제를 모은 <야간비행>, 환상의 섬 제주에서 펼쳐지는 유쾌한 음악여행 <하늘의 황금마차>까지. 마음까지 넉넉해지는 한가위, 3편의 독립영화와 더욱 풍성한 연휴 보내세요!

 

Chuseok special: 3 colors of Indie films (English-subtitled screening)

 

3 indie films will be screened with english subtitles during the Chuseok holidays(6 to 10 September); <The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1> is an animation film based on the beautiful Korean short stories-which are the essence of the Korean short literature <When the Buckwheat Flowers Bloom><Spring Spring> and <A Lucky Day>. <Night Flight> has been screened in the 64th Berlin International film festival, and <GOLDEN CHARIOT IN THE SKY>, a fantastic musical journey in Jeju island. Make your Chuseok holidays richer with these 3 films!

 

▪ Screening overview.

Date: Sep 6 - 10, 2014 / 5days

Venue: Independent Film House INDIESPACE

∙ Films: <The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1>(Director. AHN Jae-Hun, HAN Hye-Jin), 

<Night Flight>(Director. LeeSong Hee-il), <Golden chariot in the sky>(Director. O Muel)

Ticket  Info: Adult. 8,000won / Youth. 7,000won / Early morning. 6,000won

 

▪ Screening Schedule


09/06/Sat.

09/07/Sun.

09/08/Mon.

09/09/Tue.

09/10/Wed.

10:30-12:00

The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1

10:30-12:00

The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1

11:30-13:00

The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1

10:30-12:00

The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1

10:30-12:00

The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1

12:10-13:33

Golden Chariot in the Sky

12:10-13:33

Golden Chariot in the Sky

12:10-13:33

Golden Chariot in the Sky

12:10-13:33

Golden Chariot in the Sky

13:20-14:43

Golden Chariot in the Sky

13:50-16:03

Night Flight

13:50-16:03

Night Flight

13:50-16:03

Night Flight

13:50-16:03

Night Flight

15:00-16:44

족구왕

16:20-18:04

족구왕

16:20-18:04

족구왕

16:20-18:04

족구왕

16:20-18:04

족구왕

17:10-18:40

The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1

18:20-19:50

The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1

18:20-19:50

The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1

18:20-19:50

The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1

18:20-19:50

The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1

19:00-21:14

Night Flight

20:00-22:14

Night Flight

20:00-22:14

Night Flight

20:00-22:14

Night Flight

20:00-22:14

Night Flight

 

Screening Info.













The Road Called Life - Animation of Korean Literature Part 1 _Director 

Director AHN Jae-Hun, HAN Hye-Jin | 2014 | 94 min | Animation | Korea


[When the Buckwheat Flowers Bloom]

HEO Saeng-Won is an ageing market vendor. He has been a peddler all his life. After a long day at the marketplace in Bongpyeong village, he follows his fellow peddler JO Seon-Dal into an inn where he meets a young itinerant vendor, Dong-I. As the three accompany each other under the moonlight along the buckwheat flowers, HEO Saeng-Won realizes he has a special bond with Dong-I.

[Spring Spring]

‘I’ toil on the field day and night as a servant for a man who has promised to give his daughter’s hand to me in return for my labor. The man, however, keeps putting off the wedding, saying that his daughter is not growing fast enough. One day, out of fury, I call the man to the ultimate match.

[A Lucky Day]

KIM, who earns his living by driving a rickshaw, gets out on the street again, even after hearing from his wife that she is seriously ill. KIM then gets to drive an unusually large number of customers that day, and begins to suspect something hideous may lie ahead of his sudden good fortune. At the end of the long and hard day, KIM returns home, with an inexplicable sense of fear weighing down on his heart.




Night Flight

Director LeeSong Hee-il | 2014 | 134 min | Fiction | Korea


After a tryst with a lover in a derelict, condemned building housing the ‘Night Flight’ gay bar, Yong-ju roams the streets of night-time Seoul and bumps into his ex-best friend, Gi-woong. They are in the same class but have long since gone their separate ways. Having become embroiled in a fight, Gi-woong snatches Yong-ju’s bicycle in order to escape and doesn’t give it back. Yong-ju threatens him, but Gi-woong is impervious to his warnings his gang is notorious for their cruel bullying of an eccentric classmate named Gi-taek. His attempts to regain their old friendship mean Yong-ju also runs the risk of becoming a target of this terrorising clan, but he refuses to give in. Instead, Yong-ju cleverly draws Gi-woong into a power game of mutual humiliation and burgeoning memories which triggers a dangerous emotional duel. The director of last year’s Panorama film White Night has chosen anonymous and abandoned urban spaces in which to depict the emotional turmoil gripping the two schoolboys. His film is a portrait of a society being eroded by the compulsion to achieve, a society in which there is no place for minorities, friendship or passion.

 



Golden chariot in the sky 

Director O Muel | 2013 | 84 min | Fiction | Korea


Ppongddol’s dream is to create a rock band.

He names it ‘Golden Chariot’ after a rusty orange chariot that he takes around the village with music instruments to recruit members.

But reality is not that easy.

Without any funds to manage the band, Ppongddol offers Chul-wook to be the band leader under the condition that he brings in the financing for the band.

Youngest of four brothers, Ppongddol’s second brother comes to visit him after a long time.

The penniless two discuss whether to ask their eldest brother for forgiveness and money.

Remembering how the eldest brother used to beat him up, Ppongddol hesitates while his 2nd brother who also fears the eldest one’s punch is already 60.

 






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