Talk in Theater initiated from the insatiable thirst that occurs at conventional post-screening Q&A sessions. This talk program will last longer than typical Q&A sessions, presenting expert film commentaries, music commentaries, and inside stories of films in detail. With music critics Shin Hyunjoon, Hwang Hei-rim, Hwang Deokho, Bae Suntak, and Kim Seyoon the program will redouble the touching moments and resonance of film through extensive comprehension and provide the chance to acquire a new filmic perspective through film music, music genre, film history, music history, cultural history and etc.
|August 9 (Fri), 2019 15:30||Megabox Jecheon 5||
<The Song of Grassroots>
Indonesia | 2018 | 112min | DCP | Color | Documentary
|Shin Hyunjoon, Music Critic
Hwang Hei-rim Producer
|August 10 (Sat), 2019 15:30||Megabox Jecheon 2||
<Blue Note Records: Beyond the Notes>
USA, UK | 2018 | 87min | DCP | Color,B&W | Dcoumentary
|Hwang Deokho, Jazz Critic|
|August 11 (Sun), 2019 12:30||Megabox Jecheon 2||
<Eric Clapton: Life in 12 Bars>
UK | 2017 | 134min | DCP | Color, B&W | Documentary
|Bae Suntak, Radio Scriptwriter|
|August 11 (Sun), 2019 13:00||Megabox Jecheon 6||
<My Foolish Heart>
Netherlands | 2018 | 87min | DCP | Color | Drama
|Kim Seyoon, Radio Scripwriter|
Shin Hyunjoon is an associate professor of the Institute for East Asian Studies (IEAS) at Sungkonghoe University. Having received his PhD from the Economics Department of Seoul National University with a thesis on the transformation of the Korean music industry in the age of globalization, he has carried out research on popular music in Korea and beyond. Recently, he expanded his field of research to urban space and international mobility in Asia. He served the role of chairperson at the Inter-Aisa Popular Music Studies Group for the first ten years during 2008-2018 and co-organized six biennale conferences. Some of his writings have been translated into English, Spanish, Chinese, and Japanese.
Hwang Hei-rim is a producer and co-managing director at the film production/distribution company Metaplay and a programmer at the Seoul International Food Film Festival since 2014. She was a staff writer at the weekly film magazine Cine 21 for six years from 1997, and has been writing for various publications since. From 2006 to 2011, she was a programmer at the Green Film Festival in Seoul and its Green Archive. As a producer, she worked on feature-length documentaries such as Sanda (2013) and The Truth Shall Not Sink with Sewol (2014), which premiered at the Busan International Film Festival respectively, and several short films including a two-part music documentary Reservoir Dogs, “Take 1. South-Han River” (2010) and “Take 2. Nakdong River” (2011). She is now producing another feature-length documentary titled The Voice of the Voiceless.
Contributes to [SisaIN], writes scripts for [MBC Jung Eunchae’s Cine Music], and hosts the film music section of [Bae Chulsoo’s Music Camp]. Talks and writes about film in general.
Hosts the KBS radio program Classic FM [Jazz Note] and produces and hosts the Youtube channel [Hwang Deokho’s Jazz Loft]. Recently published the book [Attic Jazz], a compilation of records about jazz. Managed a jazz album shop for ten years, wrote five books, and translated four books.
An active music critic and writer of music of the MBC radio program [Bae Chulsoo's Music Camp], Bae started his career at the music webzine [IZM] and worked at the label Kang & Music. Bae introduces music and film to multiple programs and contributes his columns to various print media. Author of [Dashing through Youth] and translator of [The Modern Pop Story].