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4th
Digital Short Films by Three Filmmkaers
Digital Search
Director_ PARK Kiyong
Korea 2003 30min Digi-Beta color shorts Fiction
Review

As a movie director and professor of Korea Academy of Film Arts, I agonized over what to make with a digital camera and how to make it when I was first asked to produce for the Jeonju International Film Festival. In truth I had made a prior film in digital (and this is probably the reason why I was asked to make this piece), and since then, I found a story that really wanted to make in digital. However, when I actually got the request, I came to think that making this story would be meaningless. The reason is that using digital techniques as a medium to produce this story would not be significantly different from my previous work. This time, I vaguely think that I should try to find something new. I am dominated by the obsession to find something new because it is digital. I can only go back to the essential question of what is the medium called digital. For the moment I go out on the streets with my digital camera and I snoop around. First I meet with a movie critique K to learn more about the aesthetics of digital technology. Then I earnestly begin to explore the digital world. First I explore Seoul, the setting of my everyday life, and then I explore people with my digital camera. I wish to catch another aspect of these people that I have not been able to see thus far. After I finish my first exploration with my digital camera, I go over my findings with a digital editing machine. I wonder what I will find and how I will feel when I finish this personal digital exploration.

CREDIT
DirectorPARK Ki Yong
DIRECTOR
PARK Kiyong
Born in 1961. Park Ki-yong graduated Seoul Institute of the Arts and Korean Academy of Film Arts. His first feature Motel Cactus (1997) won New Currents Award at Busan International Film Festival and FIPRESCI Award Special mention at International Film Festival Rotterdam. His second feature Camel(s) (2001) also intensively toured international film festivals. He also participated in Jeonju Digital Project 2003. Currently he is a professor of Dankook University’s Cinematic Content division.
Jeonju Office

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Seoul Office

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T. (063)231-3377