As noted on Dateline, Harpur Cinema presents ‘Right Now, Wrong Then,’ 2015, Hong Sang-Soo, South Korea. Through two possible circumstances in two parts, South Korean filmmaker and screenwriter, Hong Sang-soo, portrays dramas of a man, who is a film director, meeting a beautiful young painter in Suwon, South Korea, where he is visiting to show one of his films. The film received the Golden Leopard (Grand Prize) at the Locarno International Film Festival. Film will be shown in Lecture Hall 6 from 7:30-9:30 p.m. on November 11 and November 13.
The Libraries have access to one Hong Sang-Soo title via the Kanopy streaming database, as well as a number of books on Korean film. A selected list is below:
In Another Country accessed via the Kanopy database.
Two lenses on the Korean ethos : key cultural concepts and their appearance in cinema, by Keumsil Kim Yoon and Bruce Williams, 2015. Fine Arts PN1993.5.K6 Y75 2015
The changing face of Korean cinema, 1960 to 2015, by Brian Yecies and Ae-Gyung Shim, 2016. Fine Arts PN1993.5.K6 Y428 2016
Tourist distractions: traveling and feeling in transnational Hallyu cinema by Youngmin Choe, 2016. E-book