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

Time Program
13:00 Participant confirmation
13:30 Special Session DCTI <Super 8mm Experimental Film Atelier> Screening
14:20 Session3
Trends in Asian Women's Films
Moderator | Lim Daegeun (HUFS Prof.)

Topic 1: Asian women films after 2000s
Speaker | Hwang Miyojo (Korea National University of Arts Prof.)
Debate | Kang Sowon (Researcher of DEU Cinema & Transmedia Institute)

Topic 2: Taiwanese women films
Speaker | Ryan Cheng ( Programmer of Kaohsiung Film Festival, Film Critic)
Debate | Kim Soyoung (Hanshin Univ. Prof.)

Topic 3: Vietnamese women films
Speaker | Trinh Le Minh Hang (Head of Vietnam Skyline Media)
Debate | Jeong Rakgil (Humanities Research Institute of Gangwon Univ. Researcher)
15:50 Break
16:00 Session4
Trends in Korean Women's Films
Moderator | Shin Eunsil (Seoul Independent Documentary Festival Executive Committee)

Cineaste 1 | Kim Sukhyeon (Experimental Film)
Cineaste 2 | Kim Dongryung (Documentary)
Cineaste 3 | Jeong Dahee (Animation)

Session3 - Trends in Asian Women's Films

  • Moderator

    Lim Daegeun (HUFS Prof.)
    He is a professor of Global Cultural Contents and Chinese translation studies department at HUFS. He is the CEO of Asia Culture Content Institute and the head of Taiwanese research center at HUFS. He is also conducting research and lecture with interests in popular culture's trans-national interaction mainly on Chinese movies. Recently, He has put a premium on the ‘three trans; trans-identity, trans-media, and trans-China’ regarding his study.
  • Session3 - Trends in Asian Women's Films
  • Topic 1: Asian women films after 2000s
  • Speaker

    Hwang Miyojo (Korea National University of Arts Prof.)
    She teaches video theory at the Korean National University of Arts(KOFIC). She studied film theory, cultural studies, East Asian studies, and comparative literature at KOFIC in Seoul, CSCS (Columbia Graduate School) in Bengalian Ruhr, India, and graduate school of Columbia, New York. She also has a doctorate in comparative literature cooperation of Seoul National University. She studies female reappearance and gender audience phenomenon observed in Asian films with interest.
  • Debate

    Kang Sowon (Researcher of DEU Cinema & Transmedia Institute)
    She is a former researcher at the DEU Cinema & Transmedia Institute and a film critic. She received a doctorate degree in Korean cinema at Chung-Ang University in the 1980s. She served as the chief editor of [Indicritic] and co-representative of the [Busan Independent Film Association]. She is now the editor of the Busan Film Critics Association. She co-wroted [Oz Yasziro] and [Korean film from 1980 to 1997].
  • Session3 - Trends in Asian Women's Films
  • Topic 2: Taiwanese women films
  • Speaker

    Ryan Cheng (Programmer of Kaohsiung Film Festival, Film Critic)
    Film critic, and a short film curator for Kaohsiung Film Festival (2013-2017). Cheng has published extensively online and in various media outlets. He runs a professional film blog and is the author of ‘The Love and Death of Taiwan Cinema’. Cheng has been on the jury for Taiwan's domestic film fund, as well as Golden Bell and Golden Horse awards, and Taipei Film Festival.
  • Debate

    Kim Soyoung (Hanshin Univ. Prof.)
    She majored in English Literature at Hanshin University and is a visiting professor of lecture. She also studied French and French literature at the Shinsung Women's University, received a master's degree in advertising publicity from Yonsei University and received her doctorate degree from the Global Cultural Contents Department of Hankuk University of Foreign Studies with a Study on the Analysis of Visual Images in Psychiatry and Media Philosophy. She is now an Association of Human Contents Youngbrain Committee, a board member of Asian Culture Content Research Institute and Migrant Support Center Jeju startup Center for Urban Regeneration. In her major film paper, 「Levinas’ Ethics of the Other in <In a better world>」, 「The Study of Images through Transmediation of Visualtexts - Focused on Walker and APRES LE DELUGE」, 「A Hegemonic Interpretation on <Nader And Simin, A Separation>」, 「A Study on Time-Images in <The Turin Horse>」 and many others. She is now co-writing “Understanding of World Film”.
  • Session3 - Trends in Asian Women's Films
  • Topic 3: Vietnamese women films
  • Speaker

    Trinh Le Minh Hang (Head of Vietnam Skyline Media)
    2000 – 2007: University of Education, English Major, Vietnam, Culture & Art College, Vocal, Major, Vietnam
    2004 – 2014: English Teacher and event coordinator in education field, Marketing Manager Assistant at Mega Lifesciences (Thailand), Communications Manager at DKSH Group (Switzerland)
    2013 – 2017: Establish Skyline Media company focusing on feature film production and distribution. Bring over 150 movies and series to Vietnam to distribute to cinemas, TV channels, VOD platforms
    2014 – 2019: As Executive Producer and Producer of 4 feature films in 2 years to release in cinemas and other platforms, As Producer of 2 new feature films in the line-up for 2018 & 2019
  • Debate

    Jeong Rakgil (Humanities Research Institute of Gangwon Univ. Researcher)
    He is a professor of Humanities Research Institute of Kangwon University. He graduated from the Department of French Language and Literature at Hongik University and American studies graduate school. He received his doctorate degree from the Department of Art at the University of Paris 1 in France for his work on John Cassavetes. He translated “A picture postcard from a movie” and co-wroted “Movies and Society” and “Arts and humanities therapy”.

Session4 - Trends in Korean Women's Films

  • Moderator

    Shin Eunsil (Seoul Independent Documentary Festival Executive Committee)
    She was responsible for programs at Seoul Eco Film Festival, Korean Council for Cinema Technology Co., Ltd, Seoul Art Cinema, Cinema Digital Seoul Film Festival, EBS International Documentary Festival. She wrote “Phillip Garrell, brilliant despair”, “The Korean film line of 100”, “The Independent Movie of the 21st Century”, “Busan Independent Film Writer”, and “Yergy Scolimov”, “JIFF 2009 Series”. She is now an executive committee of Seoul Independent Documentary Festival.
  • Cineaste 1

    Kim Sukhyeon (Experimental Film)
    She is an experimental film director. She was born in Busan and graduated from Yonsei University in philosophy and sociology. She started the movie with Space Cell's experimental film workshop while she was studying visual communication at Yonsei University. He later studied film production at the University of Syracuse in the United States and received a doctorate in imaging from the Graduate School of Communications at Yonsei University. She has produced over a dozen short film experiments and expanded her work by installing and performing video clips combined with performances recently.
  • Cineaste 2

    Kim Dongryung (Documentary)
    She graduated from Ewha Womans University majoring in English Literature and completed a film production master's course at the Korean Academy of Film Studies and the Paris 8 University. With documentaries made in Giji Village such as “American Alley(2009)” and “The Land of the Spider(2013)”, she screened and won awards at major domestic and international film festivals. She makes pictures, multimedia, documentaries and movies without any boundaries.
  • Cineaste 3

    Jeong Dahee (Animation)
    She is an animation director. She majored in Visual Design at Hongik University. She earned a master's degree in animation from the National Academy of Decorative Arts in Paris, France. Her flagship film, The Man on Chairs, was invited to the Director's Week section of the 2014 Cannes Film Festival. It won Korea's first short story category award at the Annecy International Animation Festival, one of the four largest animation festivals in the world and was screened at about 100 film festivals around the world. Her latest work, The Empty Room, won the grand prize in the short story category at the Hiroshima International Animation Festival. She does philosophical and playful animation work on themes such as the visible world and the world in her mind, the things that are fixed with the movement, and the contrast and symmetry.
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