★ Cinema of South Korea
Movie South Korea refers to the film industry of South Korea from 1945 to the present. South Korean films have been largely influenced by these events and forces, and the time of the Japanese occupation of Korea, the Korean war, government censorship, the business sector, globalization and democratization in South Korea. Gyeongbokgung is often used as a synonym for industry.
The Golden age of South Korean cinema in the mid-20th century produced what is considered two of the best South Korean films of all time, the housemaid 1960 and 1961 Obaltan, while the industry with the Revival of the Korean New wave from the late 1990s to the present is produced as the countrys highest grossing films, including the Admiral: roaring currents 2014 and 2019 extreme work, awards at festivals, including the "Golden lion" recipient "Pieta" in 2012 and "Golden palm" Dor recipient parasite 2019, as international cult classics, including Oldboy 2003, Snowpiercer 2013, and train in Busan in 2016.
With the growing global success and globalization of the Korean film industry, the last two decades have seen Korean actors like Lee Byung-Hun and BAE doona stars in American films, Korean filmmakers such as Park Chan-wook and Bong Joon-Ho direct the English-language jobs, Korean American actors crossover into Korean movies with Steven Yeun and MA Dong-Seok and Korean films to be remade in the United States, China and other markets. International film festival in Busan, also turned to look for the largest and most important.
American film studios have set up local branches, as Warner Bros Korea 20th Century Fox Korea Fund Korean movies like age of shadows 2016 and crying, putting them in direct competition with the Korean States of the "Big four" vertically integrated of production and distribution of national cinema with: Cultureworks informed Lotte entertainment, CJ entertainment, next entertainment world of new and earlier. Netflix also came to Korea as a movie producer and distributor in the framework of its international growth strategy in search of new markets and the desire to find new content for consumers in the U.S. market in the background of the "streaming wars" to Disney, which has a Korean subsidiary and other competitors.
1.1. History. Release and war, 1945-1953. (Выпуск и войны, 1945-1953)
With the surrender of Japan in 1945 and the subsequent liberation of Korea, freedom was the dominant theme in South Korean cinema in the late 1940s and early 1950-ies. One of the most important films from this era is Director Choi in-gyus Vivat Freedom! 1946, which is different from the image of the Korean independence movement. The film was a huge commercial success because it tapped into the public excitement about the recent liberation of the country.
However, during the Korean war, the South Korean film industry stagnation, and was published from 1950 to 1953 only 14 movies. All films from that era have been lost. After the armistice of the Korean war in 1953, South Korean President Syngman Rhee tried to rejuvenate the film industry by freeing it from taxation. He arrived as foreign aid in the country after the war, which provided South Korean filmmakers with the equipment and technology to start producing more films.
1.2. History. 1955-1972 Golden age. (1955-1972 Золотой век)
Although the filmmakers were still subject to state censorship, South Korea experienced a Golden Age of cinema, mainly consisting of melodramas since the mid-1950-ies. The number of films produced in South Korea increased from 15 in 1954 to 111 in 1959.
One of the most popular films of the era, Director Lee Kyu-hwans now lost remake of Chunhyang-Jeon in 1955, attracted 10 percent of Seouls population in the cinemas however, although Chunhyang-Jeon Re-told traditional Korean history, another popular film of the era, Han Hyeong-Mos Madame Freedom 1956, told a modern story about womens sexuality and Western values.
South Korean filmmakers in the early 1960-ies of brief freedom from censorship, between the administrations of Syngman Rhee and Pak Jong-Hee. Kim Ki-youngs 1960 the housemaid and Yu Hyun-MOX Obaltan 1961, is now considered one of the best South Korean films ever made was produced during this time. Kang Tae-Jin. 1961, the coachman became the first South Korean film to receive an award at the international film festival when it took home the jury prize "Silver bear" for 1961-the Berlin international film festival.
When Pak Jung Hee became acting President in 1962, government control over the film industry increased substantially. At the request of the law enforcement picture in 1962, a number of more restrictive measures was adopted that the society imported films in accordance with the quota system. New rules have also reduced the number of domestic film-production companies from 71 to 16 in a year. Government censorship target of obscenity, communism and unpatriotic themes in movies.
However, traffic laws picture limit on imported films resulted in a boom in domestic films. South Korean filmmakers had to work quickly to meet public demand, and many movies were filmed in only a few weeks. In the 1960s, the most popular South Korean filmmakers have produced six to eight films a year. In particular, the Director Kim su-Yong released ten films in 1967, including fog, which is considered his greatest work.
In 1967, South Koreas first animated feature film, Hong Kil Dong, was released. A handful of animated films followed, including the Golden Iron Man 1968, South Korea-the first sci-Fi animated film.
1.3. History. Censorship and propaganda 1973-1979. (Цензура и пропаганда 1973-1979)
State regulation of the film industry of South Korea reached its peak in the 1970-ies, when President Park Jung universities authoritarian "Yushin system". Korean film development Corporation was established in 1973, ostensibly to support and encourage the South Korean film industry, but its main purpose was to control the film industry and promote "politically correct" support censorship and the government ideals. According to the international edition of the 1981 film, "no country has a stricter code of film censorship than South Korea – with the possible exception of North Korea and some other Communist countries."
Only the filmmakers, who previously produced "ideologically sound" movies, and who was considered loyal to the government were allowed to produce new movies. Was blacklisted members of the film industry, which tried to circumvent the censorship laws and sometimes in jail. One of these in the black list the Director, the prolific Director Shin San OK was kidnapped by the North Korean government in 1978, after the South Korean government revoked his film-making license in 1975.
Propaganda-Laden "movies" or "policy films" produced in 1970-e years was not popular with viewers who are accustomed to seeing in real life social issues on the screen in the 1950-ies and 1960-ies. In addition to government intervention, South Korean filmmakers began to lose its audience on television, and in movie-theater attendance has fallen by more than 60 percent in the period from 1969 to 1979.
The films were popular with audiences during this era include EN-Jas heyday of 1975 and winter woman 1977, both box office hits of Director Kim Ho-sun. Yong-Jas heyday and winter women classified as "hostess films" are films about prostitutes and bargirls. In spite of their explicit sexual content, the government has allowed films to be released, and the genre was very popular in the 1970-ies and 1980-ies.
1.4. History. Recovery 1980-1996. (Восстановление 1980-1996)
In the 1980s, the South Korean government began to loosen the censorship and control of the film industry. The motion picture law in 1984 allowed independent filmmakers to begin to produce films, and the revision of the 1986 act enabled more films to be imported to South Korea.
Meanwhile, South Korean films have become reaches an international audience for the first time in a significant way. Im Kwon-taeks Director of Mandala 1981 he won the Grand Prix at the film festival in 1981 in Hawaii, and he soon became the first Korean Director In years, his films shown at European film festivals. It Gilsoddeum film in 1986 was shown at the 36th Berlin international film festival, and actress Kang soo-Yeon won Best actress at the 1987 Venice international film festival for her role in the film, an IC of a surrogate woman.
In 1988, the South Korean government has lifted all restrictions on foreign films, and American film companies began to open offices in South Korea. In order for domestic movies to compete, the government once again imposed a quota on the screen that requires theaters to show domestic movies at least 146 days a year. However, despite the quotas, the market share of domestic films was only 16 percent by 1993.
The South Korean film industry has changed again in 1992 with the UI-seoks Kim popular film Marriage story, released by Samsung. It was the first South Korean film to be released business conglomerate, known as chaebol, and he paved the way for other chaebol to enter the film industry, using an integrated system of financing, production and distribution of films.
1.5. History. Renaissance 1997–present. (Ренессанс 1997–настоящее время)
The result of the Asian financial crisis in 1997, many chaebols began to curtail his participation in the film industry. However, they have already laid the foundations for the revival in the South Korean film industry to support young Directors and introducing best practices of doing business in this industry. "New Korean cinema", including glossy blockbusters and creative genres began to appear in the late 1990s and 2000s years.
South Korean movies saw, the box office success more so in Hollywood films in the late 1990-ies largely of laws, quotas, limited public showing of foreign films. First introduced in 1967, the quota of South Korea screen impose limits on the number of days in the year that foreign movies may be shown in any theater receiving complaints from the distributors of the film outside of South Korea, as unfair. As a prerequisite for talks with U.S. free trade agreement, the Korean government reduced the annual quota screen for domestic films from 146 to 73 days, allowing more foreign films to enter the market. In February 2006, South Korean movie workers reacted to the decline by staging mass rallies in protest. According to Kim Hyun, "South Korean film industry, as in most countries, is clearly overshadowed by Hollywood. The nation exported films in the US $ 2 million last year and imported 35.9 million dollars." 2017 the research Park and Messerlin & Park described several consequences of the screen quota cut.
One of the first blockbusters was Kang Je-gyus Shiri 1999 Movie about a North Korean spy in Seoul. It was the first film in the history of South Korea to sell more than two million tickets in Seoul alone. Shiri was followed by other blockbusters, including Park Chan-wooks joint security area 2000, Kwak Jae-yongs My sassy girl 2001, Kwak Kyung-taeks friend 2001, Kang Woo-suks of silmido 2003, and Kang Je-gyus Taegukgi 2004. In fact, as of silmido and Taegukgi saw 10 million people in the country - about one quarter of South Koreas entire population.
South Korean films began to attract considerable attention of the international community in 2000-ies, partly because of Director Park Chan-wook, whose film Oldboy won the 2003 Grand Prix at the 2004 Cannes film festival and received high evaluation of American Directors including Quentin Tarantino and spike Lee, the last of which was a remake of Oldboy 2013.
Director Bong Joon-Ho the host 2006 and later on the English-language film Snowpiercer 2013, among the highest grossing films of all time in South Korea and received high praise from critics foreign film. Yeon sang-Ho train to Busan 2016, and one of the highest grossing films of all time in South Korea, became the second highest grossing film in Hong Kong in 2016.
In 2019, Joon-Ho Bong parasite became the first film from South Korea, which won the prestigious Palme Dor at the Cannes film festival. On the 92nd of the award "Oscar", "parasite" was the first South Korean movie to get any Academy recognition awards, was nominated for best international feature film. It won best film, Best Director and Best original screenplay, becoming the first film produced solely by Asian countries to get a nomination for "Oscar" for Best picture since Crouching tiger, hidden dragon, as well as the first foreign language film ever to win best picture.
2. LGBT / queer cinema. (ЛГБТ / квир-кино)
LGBT / queer films and representations of LGBT / queer characters in South Korean movies can be seen from the beginning of South Korean cinema, despite the public opinion of South Korea, which is largely anti-LGBT. Definition" of queer cinema” are already being discussed the critically acclaimed movie due to the difficulty in identifying" the queer", which becomes complicated when determining how far in the movie. The term "queer" has its roots in the English language and although her origins were negative connotations, reclammation of the term began in the 1980s in the United States and began to include not heteronormative sexuality even outside the US, so of queer cinema in South Korea can be seen as covering the images are not heteronormative sexuality. On that note, LGBT and queer were interchangeable criticism of the South Korean movie. And those characteristics that make up the film, as LGBT people can be subjective because the definition of" queer” and as an explicit or implicit representation of LGBT people in the film, there are a number of films which have been treated as such, in the Korean movie.
According to Pil Ho Kim, Korean queer cinema can be divided into three different categories regarding visibility and public reception. There is an invisible 1945-1997 age where films with queer themes received limited attention, as well as discrete representations in the social conditions, camo 1998-2004 age is characterized by a more liberal political and social fields that encourage filmmakers to increase the production of LGBT films and experiment more with their explicit images, but still remaining hesitant, and finally, the blockbuster age 2005–present, where LGBT-themed films began to enter the track after the push against censorship on independent films before.
Although the weird Korean movie was mainly represented through independent films and short films, there is a push to include LGBT / queer representation in cinema, and also to pay attention to these movies. The turning points include the dismantling of much stricter Korean performing arts of the ethics Committee and the emergence of the Korean Council for the performing arts actions and "Seoul queer film and video festival" in 1998 after the original gay and lesbian film festival was closed by the Korean government. Festival of queer cinema in Korea, the festival of queer culture Korea, also insisted on the visibility of queer Korean films.
2.1. LGBT / queer cinema. LGBT / queer films openly LGBT / queer Directors. (ЛГБТ / квир-фильмов открыто директоров ЛГБТ / квир)
LGBT / queer films openly LGBT / queer-identification of Directors have historically been issued properly, and most of them are short. These films reflect such films and show how diverse views can be.
- Not sorry Lee song-Hee-Il, 2006: independent film co-Directed by Lee Hee-Il and Kim Cho Gwang-soo, both of whom were associated with the gay activist group Tiny gusai, depicts LGBT characters in such a way that normalizes their personality. The film was also able to see more success than usual for independent films for its marketing strategy that is directed primarily to a female audience, with interest in what is called yaoi.
- Just Friends? Kimjo Gwang-soo, 2009: This independent short film Kimjo Gwang-soo, also spelled as Kim Cho Kwang su, is LGBT characters, with the main character, Min soo, dealing with his mother disapproves of his relationship with another male character. This short film boy meets boy offers a more optimistic end.
- Boy meets boy Kimjo Gwang-soo, 2008: the Director should be inspired by their personal experience, independent short film tells an optimistic story of two men, with the possibility of mutual feelings of attraction after a brief meeting. Though there is homosexual attraction, he told through the lens of heterosexual masculinity as one character and femininity in contrast with each other, creating uncertainty of their strangeness, partly because of homophobia in society and the political cimate.
- Things Kim Kyung-Mook stateless, 2011: in the film, as LGBT characters, and Korean-Chinese immigrant workers are not considered normative and are marginalized. The film can be considered a strange point of view in the sense that its experimental quality, which creates ambiguity when it comes to inappropriate topics. However, movies do not depict graphics, homoeroticism, making the representation of homosexuality is clear.
- Every day is like Sunday Lee song-Hee-Il 1997: independent, short film Director openly-LGBT identifying Lee Hee-Il of the two male characters, which are then separated, with direct representation of their relationship as homosexual. An independent aspect of the film was probably the role in ensuring a more obvious representation of homosexuality, since there is less pressure attractive to a wide audience and does not require support from the state.
2.2. LGBT / queer cinema. LGBT / queer films are not openly LGBT / queer Directors. (ЛГБТ / квир-фильмов не открыто директоров ЛГБТ / квир)
- Ice flower yo ha, 2008: a frozen flower was followed by other queer films such as the king and the Clown, broken branches, and road movie. This film reached a wide audience, which can be partly well-received actor plays a gay character. Criticism of the film questioned the homosexuality of the character Hong lim, however, we can assume that his character is actually bisexual. Despite the apparent homosexual / strange love scenes in the movie that brought a shock to a wide audience, the film still managed to be successful and to expose a large audience to the story of a strange connection.
- Road movie Kim In-Sik, 2002: although the film was released through a major distribution company, the film did not reach the expected main box office success, but it is still considered as a predecessor of queer blockbusters to come. The film definitely homosexual content and is a complex love triangle between two men and a woman, focusing primarily on a character who is homosexual. It is noteworthy that the road movie is one of the few feature films in South Korea to revolve around the strange main character.
- The king and the Clown Lee Joon-IK, 2005: the King and the Clown is seen as having a major influence in queer cinema for its great success. In the film, One of the characters is perceived as being queer-ness through his embodiment of femininity, which is often regarded as nature trails" the flower boy” or kkonminam. However, the actual image of homosexuality society and depicts only a kiss. The king and the Clown is considered influential, because in his view the proposed gay characters, who were preceded by other strange movies that will come after him. The film depicts hints of a love triangle between two clowns and the king suggests homosexuality in the modern Joseon period and is based on Yi 2000 which drew on the passage in the annals of the Joseon dynasty, two, who was more outspoken in his homosexuality compared to the film. The representation of gay intimacy and attraction remains ambiguous in the film and was subjected to harsh criticism from the LGBT community for its images of strangeness.
- Maid Park Chan-wook, 2016: the Film is a cross-cultural adaptation of the novel Fingersmith written by Sarah waters. The maid involves the representation of lesbian characters who are seen expressions of romantic feelings towards each other in a sensual way, have been criticized as voyeuristic for his fetishization of the female body. Explicitly depicting homosexual attraction from Suk-Hee characters and Lady Hideko is a scene in the bath where the act filing of another tooth that underlie sexual tension. The film had the main box-office success, and for the first six weeks to play in 1.25 million pounds".
- Pollen, ha, Kil-Jong, 1972: considered to be the first gay Korean film Director brother Ha Myeong-Jung, the film depicts homosexuality in the film Using tension in LGBT / queer relationships, though it was not generally regarded as a strange film at the time. The political message of the film and criticism of the President at that time, Park Jung Hee, can be the reason that overshadowed a strange relationship. Despite the fact that earlier Korean film depicting homosexuality, the film is more explicit in these respects than could be expected at that time.
- Ascetic: woman and woman, Kim su-Hyun, 1976: although the film was award-winning status for the Korean press, during the release, the ascetic is still under-appreciated film by the public. The film is considered the first lesbian movie Korean journal buddy and tells the story of two women who develop feelings for each other. Although homosexual feelings between women means using" the veiled actions of a sexual nature” that may be more explicit, was considered homosexual given the heavy censorship regulations 1970-ies. Despite the status of the films as a lesbian film, it was noted that the Director does not intend to make the LGBT / queer cinema, but rather a feminist film, emphasizing meaningful-ness of the interaction and relationship of two women. Even so, Kim su-Hyeon said that the film can be seen as a lesbian and a feminist.
3. Highest-grossing films. (Самых кассовых фильмов)
The Korean film Council has published the data of the office of South Korean films of 2004. As of July 2018, the top ten highest grossing domestic films in South Korea since 2004, are the following.
- Train to Busan 2016.
- Masquerade 2012. (Маскарад 2012)
- Miracle in cell No. 7 2013.
- The Driver 2017. (Водитель 2017)
- The thieves 2012. (Воры 2012)
- The murder of 2015.
- Ode to my father 2014.
- The Admiral: Roaring Currents 2014.
- Together with the Gods: Two worlds 2017.
- Veteran 2015. (Ветеран 2015)
4. Film awards. (Фильм награды)
Koreas first film award ceremony of the South was created in the 1950-ies, but has since been discontinued. The longest and most popular film awards ceremony of the great bell Awards, which was established in 1962, and the Blue Dragon film awards, which were established in 1963. Other awards Baeksang arts Awards, Korean film critics Association and the Busan film critics awards.
5. Film festivals. (Кинофестивали)
In South Korea. (В Южной Корее)
Founded in 1996, the international film festival in Busan, South Koreas largest film festival and became one of the largest and most prestigious film festivals in Asia.
South Korea at international festivals. (Южная Корея на международных фестивалях)
The first South Korean film to win the award at the international film festival was Kang Tae-Jin. The coachman 1961, which was awarded in 1961 the Berlin international film festival jury prize "Silver bear". In the tables below a list of South Korean films, which have since won major international film festival prizes.
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