Clayburn Village and Brickworks [August 23, Field Trip ] The Village of Clayburn and the brick plant there were founded in by Charles Maclure, son of John Maclure, a former royal engineer who setted on a government land grant two kilometers West of Clayburn. Reminiscent of a quaint English village, with neat gardens, surrounded by white picket fences, Clayburn was the first company town in BC. From the First Nations people who lived there, to the squatters, to the burial of a famous person's ashes on top of Siwash Rock, the tales are many and varied. Public Transit, [October 23, VM Henry Ewert] A mere four years after the city's incorporation, Vancouver was at the vanguard of streetcar transportation, with streetcars forming part of the urban infrastructure and facilitating the growth of its communities.
Site Updates Darcy has uploaded 16 years' worth of state-of-the-industry essays originally written for the Udine Far East Film Festival catalogue.
Someone with a lot of time on their hands could read through everything, toor readers could just start with the most recent piece, "Making Amends: Korean Cinema in ". Adam continues his journey into the Hongian world with Lista short film Hong Sang-soo made right after In Another Country with some of the same crews and actors, and On the Beach at Night Alonean extra self-reflective piece starring Kim Min-hee.
The page devoted to Books About Korean Cinema has been given an extensive and long-overdue update, including some very recent publications.
If there are any books that you think should be added to this page, send me an email! The lateness is all Darcy's fault, but we hope you enjoy "catching up" with the festival a couple months after the fact. Three more reviews from Darcy, as he updates and uploads some of his older texts from the Udine Far East Film Festival catalogue: Darcy reviews two films by debut directors: Kyu Hyun reviews Illang: Adam reviews My Sister is a TomboyHan Hyung-mo's disturbing yet interesting comedy on gender non- conformity.
Kyu Hyun reviews two films starring Ryu Seong-ryong: Darcy reviews the acclaimed hit film When the Day Comes and the low-budget independent debut The Running Actress by directors Jang Joon-hwan and Moon So-ri, respectively who happen to be married to each other.
Haunted Asylumby Epitaph director Jeong Beom-shik. First, Adam provides his view on Korean baseball films in 21st century and his interview with director Yang Yong-hi of Dear Pyongyang and Our Homland fame.
Meanwhile, Kyu Hyun reviews the black comedy Room No.
We will continue to update the page throughout the course of the festival. He also reviews Spa NightAndrew Ahn's feature debut about a Korean-American teenage spa worker struggling with his sexual and cultural identity.
Voice from the Heartone of the more unusual commercial features of recent times; and Director Jung Ji-woo's independent feature Fourth Placewhich examines the issue of competition in Korean society through the story of a young swimmer. For the time being, he has set up a mirror site at the following address: Please drop by to check with his activity at the mirror site, until any further announcement.
But this year, we have a report from the Busan International Film Festival focusing on Korean debut features. It will continue to be updated over the next week or two with comments from a variety of contributors.
Please check it out! Ko Ah-sung's as a young intern who bears witness to some inter-corporate injustice in Office and Ma Dong-seok's as a psychotic chicken soup chef in Deep Trap. The Hidden Cardflawed yet entertaining sequel to Tazza: Roaring Currentswhich recently passed Avatar to set a new all-time box office record.
More top ten submissions are welcome! Let the Blue River Runa hard time romance of joseonjok teenagers in Yanbian, Oki's Moviethe eleventh feature film in four parts by Hong Sang-soo, and Moscowa celestial experiment on the film medium as well as an exploration of class difference.
Halla documentary by Jeong Jae-eun about the design and construction of the new Seoul City Hall. Beginning with Kyu Hyun's review of the music video of I am the Best by 2NE1, we will review music videos of Korean musicians, as extensions of 'motion pictures' rather than as by-products or promotion materials of the music industry.
Adam has contributed reviews of the Japanese film Air Dollwhich stars the talented Bae Doona; and the heartbreaking Our Homeland by zainichi director Yang Yong-hi. Other reviews are forthcoming.
Check out her short biography at our contributor's page! More reviews coming shortly.
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