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Lee Seong-gang (이성강)

Male - 1962

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LEE'S SHORT FILMS SUCH AS "Torso" and "Love" received several important prizes in Korea, while "Umbrella", "Soul" and "Ashes in the Thicker" have screened at prestigious animation festivals in Hiroshima and Annecy. In 2002, his first feature-length animation < My Beautiful Girl, Mari > was named the Grand Prix winner at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival, the first Korean film ever to receive such an honor.

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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Yobi, The Five Tailed Fox" + Giveaway

    2014/04/19,
    Yobi (voiced by Son Ye-jin) is a hundred year old fox spirit. She's spent most of her life living with a band of aliens who crash-landed into Korea. A sudden crisis forces her to interact with the children attending camp near the forest, and the outlook on her life seems positive. That is, until Yubi's goal in life is exposed- she must take a human's soul in order to become a human herself. Several other supernatural characters try to bully Yubi into submission on this point, while she takes stock of the one immediate goal that actually matters to her,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "My Beautiful Girl, Mari"

    2013/03/29,
    Two old friends, Nam-Woo and Jun-Ho, meet after work to reminisce about the past. They grew up in the same hometown and became close friends, but were forced to separate when Jun-Ho's family moves to Seoul. "My Beautiful Girl, Mari" is a retrospective of the final days of their boyhood- which is punctuated by the surprising discovery of a completely new and beautiful otherworld,...More
  • Korean Animation: A Major Global Player and Creative Force

    2011/01/19, Source,
    By: Mark Russel Like a lot of young people, I used to be a big fan of animation. Of course, back in the 1970s and '80s in North America, Disney and Warner Bros. dominated the Saturday morning dial, but even then, I realized that a lot of my favorite animated programs were coming out of Asia. I did not know much about those shows, but I could tell they were very different than Western programs that were so much more common. Cut to the 1990s, and when I finally made it to South Korea, I was pretty psyched to realize how much of my favorite animation, new and old, Western and Japanese, was actually being made there. In fact, at its peak in the mid-1990s, Korea accounted for nearly 50 percent of the world's animation, including "The Simpsons", "Star Wars: The Clone Wars", and "Spongebob Squarepants". Companies like Nelson Shin's Akom worked on animated films like "The Transformers" (the 1986 cartoon, not the Michael Bay explosion fest) and the "My Little Pony" movie,...More
  • KOFIC, Korea-China Interchange to Revitalize Two Industries
    2008/11/12, Source,
    KOFIC (chairperson KANG Han-sup) is commencing two events in order to revitalize the film interchange between Korea and China.

    First of the two events is '2008 Korea-China Business Campus' which will take place from Thursday, November 13 to Monday, November 17, over the course of 5 days. The eve,...
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