Kom til eventet og se hvilen Koreanske film vises i metro i Seul, og hvordan andre organisationer viser ultrakorfilm i offentlige steder. Med mulighed for at mode Kwangsoo Son screenwriter og programansvarligt for SESIFF (Seoul international Extreme-Short Image & Film Festival) og SMIFF (Seoul Metro International subway Film Festival).

We are delighted to invite you to a 60Seconds Festival event, a screening and presentation with the participation of Kwangsoo SON, curator at SESIFF & SMIFF Korea


Friday, February 10 at 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM, at Cinemateket, Gothersgade 55, 1123 København

At this event we will be airing ultrashorts from Seoul Metro International Subway Film Festival, and The One Minutes Foundation
Kwangsoo SON, curator at SESIFF & SMIFF Korea, will participate with an introduction of the series and his festival at the event.
After the screening will be happy to hold Q&A with the audience.
Kwangsoo SON has written various scripts including several horror screenplays like “Bloody Beach”(1999) and “Cinderella”(2007). He is a programmer at Seoul International Extreme-Short Image & Film festival and Seoul Metro international subway film festival. He taught theory of multimedia at Korea National University of Arts (2012). He wrote and directed “Live TV (2014)”. “Live Tv” was screened at Busan International Film Festival as Midnight Passion. His latest screenplay is “The Proxy Soldiers”, 20th Century Fox International have wrapped up production and the film will premiere in Korea, June 2017.
SESIFF (Seoul international Extreme-Short Image &Film Festival) launched in 2009 as the first festival for extreme-short films in Asia, celebrates its 9th edition this year.
SMIFF(Seoul Metro International subway Film Festival) launched in 2000, cerebrates its 8th edition this year.
Their aim is to seek diverse possibilities through innovative visual culture and to offer opportunities to better enjoy it. Anyone willing to experience a new kind of visual culture is heartily welcomed at SESIFF & SMIFF, a young film festival that intends to communicate with the audience through innovative imaginations.
The One Minutes is a global network devoted to moving image. Since 1998, The One Minutes has produced and distributed more than 17,000 video works by artists from more than 120 countries.
Every month, The One Minutes Foundation puts out a new series of 60-second films that investigate how we perceive and engage with moving image. Museums and cultural organisations around the world subscribe to the series.
Arrangementet er gratis for alle deltagere i dette års festival,
Indgang for studerende (20.-dk.) Andre (40.-dk.)
Made possible with the generous support from: Det Danske Filminstitut, Danske Filminstruktører, Københavns Kommune Kulturfond., Statens Kunstfond.















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