Posts tagged "film"
Future Shorts Seoul Autumn Season 2013

Future Shorts Seoul Autumn Season 2013

FUTURE SHORTS IS BACK!!! “Leaves are falling, and the Future Shorts Festival Autumn Season 2013 has arrived. This season we have 7 films from around the world and will be screening them at Platoon Kunsthalle, Gangnam, at 7:30pm on Nov. 16. From India comes Andrew Hinton’s documentary Amar (2011), which follows a 14-year old boy through his...
6 Gripping Films from PiFan 2013 Worth Watching

6 Gripping Films from PiFan 2013 Worth Watching

This year’s Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan), in its 17th year, served up an eclectic mix of new and classic films by auteurs from varied nationalities and walks of life. Featured film series like “Urban Cult: Dark Side of the City” and “The Catcher in Korean Film: KAFA in 30 Years” confronted the audience...
In Pictures: Future Shorts Seoul

In Pictures: Future Shorts Seoul

Our sold-out Future Shorts event happened over the weekend. We screened seven short films, chosen by the original creators of the international pop-up film festival in London. In order of appearance these were: Fishing Without Nets, The S From Hell, Marcel King of Tervuren, We’re Leaving, Candy Girl, Love Birds, and Seeds of the Fall...
Korea in Infrared

Korea in Infrared

Scroll over each image to discover where in Korea it was taken. When looking at an infrared photo, one is literally looking at the world in a different light. Essentially, infrared film can capture what we cannot see: light from the infrared spectrum. The human eye is unable to detect any light beyond the visible...
A Shot of Soju With: Actor Paul Stafford

A Shot of Soju With: Actor Paul Stafford

Three years ago, because he knew his chances of becoming an actor in London equaled to the same chance as an ajumma giving up her seat for anyone on the metro, indie producer and actor Paul Stafford packed his bags and moved to the ROK. Since then, he has created his own production company, was...
Spotlight: Analog Photographer Patrick Bresnahan

Spotlight: Analog Photographer Patrick Bresnahan

After stumbling across Anseong-based Patrick Bresnahan’s photography online, I got in touch with him to talk some more about his artform. I was astounded to discover that every image he has created is from one of his various film cameras, none of which are digitally manipulated. He let me publish some of his stunning pictures...

48 Hour Film Project

The 48 Hour Film Project, an international competition where filmmakers have exactly 48 hours to create a film from scratch, is returning to Seoul this month. As one of the biggest film competitions in the world – spanning over 120 cities – 50,000 people have been involved in making 4,000 films during this annual contest. On...

Han Rock

John Weeke is a NYU film school graduate who has just completed the documentary Han Rock, focusing mainly on Joe Gyu-Nam, owner of Susie Q bar in Hongdae and reportedly over a million dollars worth of records. After winning a grant from Future Shorts Seoul, John and his team embarked upon this project, which will...