Jeong Yoon-cheol was born in 1971. He graduated from School of Film and Theater at Hanyang University. After his successful directorial debut with short film < Memorial Picture >, he was selected as a member of MAMPIST and studied film editing at The Austrailian Film Television and Radio School. His short film < Hibernation > was invited to Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival in 1999 and won Best Director Award at Shinyoung Film Festival. < Marathon > is his first feature film.
Special events offered at PyeongChang Special Olympics World Winter Games 2013 2013/01/20, Source,
Cultural festivals and events as well as winter sports competitions will delight visitors to Pyeongchang and Gangneung in Gangwon-do (Gangwon Province) during the PyeongChang Special Olympics World Winter Games 2013. A variety of programs, including classical music concerts, performances, ballet, and musical galas, will be held in the two main venues during the eight-day event scheduled from January 29 to February 5. Most of these performances and events involve audience participation. Art theaters as well as groups of artists with disabilities will stage many of the scheduled performances. Most of these events will be held at Alpensia Resort and affiliated buildings in Pyeongchang, Kwandong University, Gangneung-Wonju National University, and various stadiums in Gangneung,...More
[HanCinema Korea's Diary] Where did it all start for you? 2012/03/10,
If you had asked me five years ago about Korean cinema I would not have been able to name a single film, let alone any actors, directors, or anything close to the mark. Korean cinema in all its richness and fluidity was unknown to me and its riveting array of melodramas, thrillers, and comedies were well clear of my cinematic radar. Then, in 2007, I had my first taste of it when I came to Seoul on a brief two-week trip. In a dark and crowded apartment, I took up the chance to watch an unknown Korean horror titled "Red Eye", and that marked my first step towards becoming a true Korean cinephile,...More
[Weekender] Filmmaking in the palm of your hand 2011/07/28, Source,
A girl records a video using a smartphone at the Olleh Media Studio in Mok-dong, Seoul, on July 18. / Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul Learn how to make movies using smartphones By Lee Hyo-won Filmmaking is a costly, time-consuming endeavor involving massive teamwork. But now it is possible to make surprisingly high-quality projects alone in a matter of days with just a few hundred dollars - using smartphones equipped with not only HD cameras but also editing applications,...More
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