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Jeon Kyu-hwan (전규환)

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Korean director JEON Kyu-hwan already received a favorable reception by the international film festival with his debut film "Mozart Town" in 2008. His second film, Town Series 2 "Animal Town" also received rare reviews by the critics and journalists at San Sebastian and won the prize as International Jury Special, NETPAC Award and the Audience Award through international film festival of Europe, Asia and North America. Recently, he directed Town Series 3 "Dance Town". And now, he is going on his 4th film “Grotesque” "Weight". It will be co-production with abroad. He also has a global project, his 5th film "Varanasi" and his 6th film "Waves".

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  • [HanCinema's Hall of Fame Review] "Mozart Town": A Daring and Dreamy Debut

    2014/06/28,
    In the Spotlight this Week: Jeon Kyu-hwan's "Mozart Town": Life in a metropolis can be unforgiving and cruel. The buildings are imposing and the diversity of being is impressive, if not uncomfortably humbling; and it becomes all too easy, perhaps even necessary, to go about one's business bearing blinders and minding your own matters. But collisions are inevitable, uncomfortable and random, and sometimes--if the conditions are just right--multiple lives merge and travel together for a time, only to eventually fork off out into the cityscape. Enter "Mozart Town", a discerning debut that poetically peels back the concrete curtains of big city life to reveal, for better or worse, life under the log. These 'Humans of Seoul' that are found wriggling, are put under Jeon's lens and followed, their dreary existence exposed, and their flaws magnified under the leering light of cinematic attention and focus,...More
  • [HanCinema's Image Gallery] Jeon Kyu-hwan's "Mozart Town"

    2014/06/28,
    Before Jeon Kyu-hwan braved the director's chair he was but a humble talent manager behind the scenes. It was only when this crafty storyteller found funding for his stunning debut "Mozart Town" that Korean cinema realised they had a promising new auteur breaking out through the backdoor. The film's 90 minutes are raw and grinding, but skilfully guided by a soft and subtle poetry that is as captivating as it is cruel. Already Jeon has followed up this fantastic first feature with five others (with another soon to arrive), but it was his efforts here in "Mozart Town" (the first of three "Town" films he's made) that cinephiles were pleasantly introduced to Jeon's eclectic style and stance. Enjoy! [SPOILERS],...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "My Boy"

    2014/04/26,
    I-cheon (played by Lee Seok-cheol) is a fairly typical surly teenager. He's rude to everyone, including his younger brother Yoo-cheon (played by Oh Jeul). The opening portion of "My Boy" immerses the viewer in this adolescent environment. I-cheon isn't a particularly likable young man. He doesn't even have any kind of rebellious charm. The older boy's just a jerk in the making, and there's no apparent impetus to help him change his attitude. Just the awkwardness of everyday life. Then Yoo-cheon gets sick, and I-cheon's angry, disaffected attitude takes a troubling turn. His life is no less purposeless. There's still no hope on the horizon to change I-cheon's attitude,...More
  • Korean movies opening today 2014/04/10 in Korea

    2014/04/10, Source,
    Korean movies opening today 2014/04/10 in Korea: "Broken", "Innocent Thing", "My Boy", "Guardian", "Godsend", "Girls, Girls, Girls", "Let's Go To Rose Motel 2 - Thirst",...More
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