LKFF: Masterclass with Cinematographer Kim Hyungkoo
Venue: Birkbeck Cinema, 43 Gordon Square, London, WC1H 0PD
Booking details: Free entry; booking recommended
Renowned cinematographer Kim Hyungkoo will speak about his experience of working in the Korean film industry for the past 25 years. Kim studied at the American Film Institute and went on to work with some of the most critically acclaimed auteurs from Korea, including Bong Joon-ho, Hong Sangsoo and Lee Chang-dong. This event will also include a screening of Kim Sungsoo’s Dead End (1993) in its rarely seen original print. Kim's versatility behind the camera has enabled him to work on projects which employ different visual styles and directorial approaches, from the hyperactive Beat, to the naturalistic On the Beach at Night Alone.This session will be moderated by Harriet Cox, Head of Cinematography at London Film School.
Kim Hyungkoo’s selected filmography
On the Beach at Night Alone (2016)
The Day He Arrives (2011)
The Host (2006)
Tale of Cinema (2005)
Memories of Murder (2003)
One Fine Spring Day (2001)
Peppermint Candy (1999)
Harriet Cox has been a member of the London Film School since 2000, and currently Head of the Cinematography department. Her most recent engagements include: Women in cinematography panel at Cinefest (Bristol, 2015) and the BSC EXPO panel Creativity through discipline in digital film making (London, 2016).
Contact phone: 020 7631 6115
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