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BIFF Forum

Date : 10.5 (Fri) ~ 10.7 (Sun)
Venue : Conference Hall, Busan Visual Industry Center (11F)

BIFF Forum is a free event with no badge restrictions or admission fees.

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Oct. 5 (Fri)

The 2nd Korea-China Scenario Forum

  • Time 10:00-12:00
  • Hosts Korea-China Cultural Centre, BIFF
  • Panels Wang Xing Dong (Chairman, Chinese Film Literature Society), Wang Hai Lin (Vice Chairman), Liu Ning (Vice President, Perfect world), Wutao (General Manager, Wanda Media Third studio), LI KUN (President, Kunchi Pictures), Choi Jonghyen (director, Korea Scenario Writers Association), Kim Byung-In (President, Screenwriters Guild of Korea)

The Korea-China Culture Centre implements the 2nd Korea-China Scenario Forum in order to build up the platform for the mutual development and interactive cooperation between two countries film industry. An award for new scenarios co-worked by two countries will be presented during the forum event. Writers and media officials from both Korea and China will take part in the event.

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10.05 (Fri)

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Evolution of Cinema

  • Time 13:30-18:00
  • Hosts Dankook University's Graduate School of Film Content
  • Moderator Ji-young Kang (Professor, Dankook Univ.)

Technologies such as virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence, which were triggered by the fourth industrial revolution, are accelerating the development of cultural technologies. The core of the fourth industrial revolution is the hyper connectivity society that comes from the connection between people and things, and among things, which is creating art in a different form from the past and forming new cultures and values. The film, which evolved over a century with changes, is once again dreaming of a new form. Accordingly, Dankook University's Graduate School of Film Content, along with the Busan International Film Festival, is holding an international forum on films from the 4th Industrial Revolution era to explore new film formats and the possibility of film's change based on human creativities.

Opening and Greeting 13:30-13:40 Opening: Moderator
Greeting: Dongho Park (Dean, Graduate School of Cinematic Content at Dankook University)
Session 1
VR Film
13:40-16:00
  • - Subject: Global Landscape of VR Content and Forecast of Future Immersive Experience
    Presentation : Ayden Ye (Co-founder & CEO, VeeR VR)
  • - Subject: Story telling in animated VR guiding the user through a multi-scene narrative Presentation: Gray Hodgkinson (Professor, Nanyang Technological University)
  • - Subject: Approaches to VR Films
    Presentation: Daniel Zoung (CEO, Dashy Films)
  • - Subject: The Experiential VR Cinema through Expansion of Human Senses
    Presentation: Ji-young Kang (Professor, Dankook Univ.)
  • - Subject: A Study on the Film Grammar for VR Movie Production
    Presentation: Junhee Lee (Graduate Student, Dankook Univ.)
  • Discussion, Break time
Session 2
The Future of Film Storytelling
16:00~18:00
  • - Subject: Manic VR & Experiential Narrative
    Presentation: Kalina Bertin (Director of Manic & Manic VR)
  • - Subject: The Past, Present, and Future of 3D Avatar Technology
    Presentation : Jaewoo Seo (Director of R&D, Pinscreen)
  • - Subject: The New Interfaces for Cinema
    Presentation: Minhyuk Che (Director of 쁓pace x Girl , CJ VR/AR Lab PD)
  • - Subject: VR Audio Emulates Human Listening
    Presentation: Kyu Sik Chang (CEO, VR Sound)
  • - Subject: Comparison of Storytelling for Theater, Web/Mobile and VR Movies
    Presentation: Gyu-tek Park (Director)
Discussion
Closing
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Oct. 6 (Sat)

BIFF Asian Cinema Forum

  • Time 13:00-17:00
  • Hosts Asia Cultural Creativity Institute (ACCI), Semiosis Research Center at HUFS
  • Sponsored by National Research Foundation (NRF)

China's reform and opening in 1978, Seoul Olympic in 1988, the beginning of Japanese Heisei era in 1989, the return of Hong Kong in 1997 Asia has been reborn during last one generation. How has been Asian cinema crossed and impacted in the huge waves? What kind of future will it face? This forum asks a simple question about it.

Session 1: Crossing Korean-Japanese-Chinese Cinema
  • Moderator : Li Yu-lin (Chung-hsing Univ, Taiwan)
  • Presentation 1: Ham Chung Beom (Hanyang Univ.)
    The Influence and Meaning of Open Door Policy on Japanese Popular Culture in South Korea from the Film Historical Perspective : Focusing on Aspects of Film Exchange Relationship between Korea and Japan
  • Presentation 2: Lim Dae Geun (HUFS)
    Some Tendencies of Korean-Chinese Co-production Cinema after 2000s
Session 2: Aesthetic and Narrative Dialogue among Chinese Language Cinemas
  • Moderator : Kang Nae Young (Kyungsung Univ.)
  • Presentation 3 : Chen Kuo-wei (Chung-hsing Univ., Taiwan)
    Super Citizen? Tiny Times? : The Aesthetic Turn of Taiwan and China's Films in 2010s
  • Presentation 4 : Wang Wan-jui (Chung Cheng Univ, Taiwan)
    Noir Narrative in Taiwan and Hong Kong Cinema before and after 1997
  • Discussants : Kim So-young (Hanshin Univ.) Wang Chun-yen (Taiwan Normal Univ.)
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Oct. 7 (Sun)

<Masked Talk! The Korean Film Production Site in 2018!>

  • Time 11:00-13:00
  • Hosts Producers Guild of Korea (PGK), BIFF
  • Panels Choi Jung-hwa (PGK), 6 Korean filmmakers from production, directing, photography, lighting, simultaneous recording, art, makeup, costumes

The revised Labor Standards Act has been applied to the Korean film industry since July this year, causing confusion in the filming scene. In response, Producers Guild of Korea(PGK) intends to provide a forum for public discussion for the stability of the Korean film production environment. <Masked Talk! The Korean Film Production Site in 2018!> Is a venue where each film production field staffs gather to discuss practical issues, focusing on the main various cases at the Korean film production scene.

TOPIC
- Discussion the major issues of various cases in Korean film production site
- Seeking the possible solutions on the stabilization of the Korean film production environment
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Oct. 7 (Sun)

Inter-Korea Archive and Research: "Koryo" cinema

  • Time 14:30-18:00
  • Co-Hosts Trans Asia Screen Culture Institute (Korea Nat셪 University of Arts), BIFF, University of North Korean Studies, Korean Association of Cultural Studies

The 쁊oryo Cinema is a series of films produced by directors of Koryo people (ethnic Koreans in Central Asia and Russia). Koryo cinema addresses the dire issues of language, religion and ecology as well as ethnicity. Presenting the 쁊oryo cinema at BIFF, Trans Asia Screen Culture Institute hope to see it develop into Inter-Korea film archive not only highlighting Korean diaspora films but re-worlding a critical template of Trans/national cinemas toward a minor cinema.

Session 1:
Koryo Saram (people) Minority in the World
  • Chair: Lee Woo Young (University of North Korean Studies)
  • Presentation:
    • (1) Subaltern Cosmopolitanism: 쁊oryo Cinema of diaspora archive and Exile Trilogy
      Soyoung Kim (Korea National University of Arts)
    • (2) History, de-territorialization, and politics in representation of ///Koryosaram///
      Hyun-Gwi Park (Chung-Ang University)
    • (3) Framing the Soviet Koreans: Three Comparative Approaches
      Steven Lee (University of California, Berkeley)
  • Discussion: Kim Sung-kyung(Univ. of North Korean Studies),
    Kyoo Lee (City University of New York),
    Lee Sangjoon (Nanyang Technological University)
Session 2: 쁊oryo Cinema Round Table
  • Chair: HA Seung Woo (Korea National University of Arts)
  • Discussion: Jie-Hyun Lim (Sogang University), Kim Jungkoo (Ewha Woman셲 University), Walter K. Lew (Korean American poet, scholar)
ARTISTRY
  • BNK 遺궛뻾
  • 젣꽕떆뒪
  • 닚눥諛뺤뒪
  • 硫붽諛뺤뒪닚
  • 濡뜲而ъ쿂썚뒪
  • CJ CGV
  • CJ E&M
  • GKL궗쉶怨듯뿄옱떒