[Main Subject] Women, Avant-garde, and Cinema

Time Program
13:00 Participant Confirmation
13:45 Opening Opening Address | Kim Yiseok (Head of DEU Cinema & Transmedia Institute)
Lim Daegeun (HUFS Prof.)
Welcome Address | Cha Minchol (Festival Director of BISFF)
Congratulatory Address | Oh Seokgeun (Chairman of Korean Film Council)
14:00 Session1
Maya Deren’s
Cinematic Universe
Moderator | Seo Jungnam (Keimyung Univ. Prof.)

Topic 1: Art theory of Maya Deren, 『An Anagram of Ideas on Art, Form, and Film』(1946)
Speaker | Kim Byeongcheol (Dong-Eui Univ. Prof.)
Debate | Roh Chulhwan (Inha Univ. Prof.)

Topic 2: Maya Deren: "Choreographies for Camera"
Speaker | Moira Sullivan (City College of San Francisco, Prof. of Cinema studies)
Debate | Bang Hyejin (Art Critic)

Topic 3: Maya Deren and Feminism art
Speaker | Eleni Tranouli (Art advisor / Researcher)
Debate | Heo Eunhee (Dong-Eui Univ. Prof.)
15:30 Break
15:45 Session2
Aesthetic influence and succession of Maya Deren
Moderator | Lee Nara (Image Culture Researcher)

Cineaste 1 | Kano Shiho (Japan)
Cineaste 2 | Camille Degeye (France)
Cineaste 3 | Emilija Škarnulytė (Lithuania)

Session1 - Maya Deren’s Cinematic Universe

  • Moderator

    Seo Jungnam (Keimyung Univ. Prof.)
    He is Keimyung university professor of media imaging. The University of France college of Nancy, Master doctorate and doctor degree in Filmologie. He wrote <A Exploration on the North Korean Film of Seo Jung-nam>(Tree of Thinking, 2002), <Narratology of film>(Tree of Thinking, 2004), <Understanding of Visual Arts>(The Department of Publishing in Keimyung Univ. 2006), <Everything of Hollywood Film>(Theory and practice, 2009), <21st century Korean films from the perspective of trauma> (Hanul Academy, 2014), <The humanities in film> (A bookstore that opens a light, 2017), and <The world of special effects is more interesting than movies(tentative title)> (A bookstore that opens a light, Scheduled for the first half of 2018). And he published more than 60 research papers.
  • Session1 - Maya Deren’s Cinematic Universe
  • Topic 1: Art theory of Maya Deren, 『An Anagram of Ideas on Art, Form, and Film』(1946)
  • Speaker

    Kim Byeongcheol (Dong-Eui Univ. Prof.)
    He is a professor of film studies at Dong-eui University. After graduating from Seoul National University with a degree in aesthetics, he earned a master's degree and doctorate from the Graduate School of Advanced Imaging at Chung-Ang University. He wrote <Light and shadow of Korean blockbuster> and he translated <Film Theory> and <Storyboard design course>.
  • Debate

    Roh Chulhwan (Inha Univ. Prof.)
    He is a professor of Drama and film school at Inha University. He studied in the Journalism and Broadcasting (bachelor’s degree) at Korea University, the Department of Theater and Film Studies (Master's) at Hanyang University, the School of Film Production and Distribution at France's High School, and the Department of Film Studies at Paris 8 (ESTA, Master's, Doctor). He is a senior researcher at Korea film director association and Sungkyunkwan University's Trans&media Research Institute, professor of imaging at Sungkyunkwan University, professor at the Busan Asia Film School (AFIS), and is a representative cultural group symbol. In addition to the work activities, such as videos, movies, and performances, major research fields are the analysis of correlation between images and movies and industrial policies.
  • Session1 - Maya Deren’s Cinematic Universe
  • Topic 2: Maya Deren: "Choreographies for Camera"
  • Speaker

    Moira Sullivan (City College of San Francisco, Prof. of Cinema studies)
    Dr. Moira Sullivan teaches cinema studies at City College of San Francisco and is a world expert on the work of Maya Deren. She wrote her PhD thesis on Deren at Stockholm University. And contributed to the anthology "Maya Deren and the American Avantgarde" (2002). Moira attended film school in Stockholm and at San Francisco State and has taught film production at a feminist women's college in Sweden. She regularly publishes feminist film criticism and theory in several forums - online, radio, and print.
  • Debate

    Bang Hyejin (Art Critic)
    Bang Hye-jin is a critic based on video and performance and explores contemporary art as an expanded area. She is the co-author of books on Strauveye, Dreyer, and Rossellini, and has translated the <film genre: Hollywood and Beyond>. She created or planned a project to exhibit/ perform/project such as <¡No Dance!>, <A bypass space>, <Hypermetamorphosis Theater 1, 2, 3>, and <Scene Face the Front Face>.
  • Session1 - Maya Deren’s Cinematic Universe
  • Topic 3: Maya Deren and Feminism art
  • Speaker

    Eleni Tranouli (Art advisor / Researcher)
    Eleni Tranouli is an art advisor and critic. She studied Architecture and holds a master's degree in Cinema and Audiovisual studies from the University of Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris III. She has worked in various institutions like the French Institute of Athens, the Jeu de Paume in Paris and has been a Stavros Niarchos Fellow at The Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA). Her writings on film have appeared in La Furia Umana, Revista lumière, The International Journal of Screendance and Le Magazine du Jeu de Paume.
  • Debate

    Heo Eunhee (Dong-Eui Univ. Prof.)
    She is a professor of film studies at Dong-eui University. After graduating from the Department of English Literature at Sookmyung Women's School, she earned M.F.A degrees at the California Institute of the Arts (MFA) in the United States. She has produced several feature films such as <My Heart Beats> and <Alice: Boy from Wonderland> and published a number of papers on the structure of women’s films and dramas, including 「A Woman's Movie Sub-Text Study」, and 「Analysis of "Self"-represented Female Protagonists by Kathryn Bigelow」.

Session2 - Aesthetic influence and succession of Maya Deren

  • Moderator

    Lee Nara (Image Culture Researcher)
    She is a research worker in image culture. After graduating from the Department of sociology at Korea University, she earned a master's degree from the Department of Aesthetic at Seoul National University. She received her doctorate degree from the Pantheon Sorbonne College in France for her work on image and material issues paper in modern movies. She teaches film and visual aesthetics at Kyung-hee University and others. She has written <European Film Movement>, <Aleksandr Sokurov: the time of ruins> (Co-written), and translated <Sortir du Noir> and <People who walk in color>.
  • Cineaste 1

    Kano Shiho (Japan)
    Graduate of Musashino Art University’s Imaging Arts and Sciences program. Received the Media City Festival (Canada) Grand Prize for STILL (1999). She has been invited to screen her works at many festivals in Japan and overseas. Has presented video installations at exhibitions such as the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography’s “IMAGINATION: Vision, Perception and Beyond” (2008) and the Museum of Modern Art, Kamakura Annex’s “At the Kamakura Annex” (2016).
  • Cineaste 2

    Camille Degeye (France)
    Camille Degeye was born in 1990 in France. She’s graduated from a professional master in cinematographic creation and she’s a member of Etna and L’Abominable, both artists collectives where she developed her practice of artisanal filmmaking. She made her first film "Pour tout bagage, on a vingt ans" (Twenty years old for only luggage) in 2015 and her short film "Burûq" (Lightenings) receives various awards including the Grand Prix of the Experimental Competition at the Festival Tous Courts in Aix-en-Provence. In 2018, she finishes "L'esseulé" (The Forsaken), a short film "photo novel " shot between Tunisia and Paris. Currently, she is preparing her new short film, "Le Désastre de Delft" (The Delft disaster), while developing a first feature project, "Sphinx". She also makes video clips, the latest being for "Another Story" by Swiss artist Pyrit.
  • Cineaste 3

    Emilija Škarnulytė (Lithuania)
    Emilija Škarnulytė (b. Vilnius, 1987). Škarnulytė ́s work consists of a series of politically active visions, in which she investigates reality with a political and poetic approach. She explores questions of the beginning of the universe in relation to the geological ungrounding processes, invisible structures, geo-traumas and deep time. Her films look into a relation between art and science and the cross sections of non-human scale systems and desire.
  • 부산광역시
  • 부산광역시 중구
  • 영화의 전당
  • 주한 뉴질랜드 대사관
  • 주한 스위스 대사관
  • 송도 해수피아
  • BNK 부산은행
  • IBK 기업은행
  • 델리팜
  • 골든블루
bisff logo
facebook twitter twitter