Korean Screen Cultures Conference @UCLAN

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Hosted by the University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK
Thursday 6th June to Friday 7th June 2019 (Check-in and film screening from 5 pm Wednesday June 5th)
Registration required on Eventbrite.
More details on UCLAN website.

Pre-conference K-Drama symposium: Wednesday 5th June 2019 (check-in and drama-screening Tuesday 4th June from 5 pm)

The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan), Preston, UK, is delighted to host the 8th Korean Screen Cultures Conference supported by the Korea Foundation. The KSCC is a unique forum for the exchange of new perspectives on Korean screen cultures. The KSCC brings researchers from multiple disciplines together, and has therefore helped forge a diverse and international community of Korean Screen Cultures scholars. This year’s event includes fifteen panels on diverse topics in Korean Screen Cultures, incuding: North Korean Cinemas, K-Pop Music Videos, Korean ‘Mukbang’ eating videos, Film Festivals, History and Memory, Postcolonial Korean Cinema, Japanese/Korean Screen Relations, Korean Horror FIlm, Queer Korean Film, Space and Environment, and many more. The festival opens on Wednesday 5th June at 5:30 pm with a screening of Snowy Road and a Q&A with director Na Jeong Lee. It also features a keynote by Prof. Sangjoon Lee of Nanyang University, Singapore.

Latest draft conference schedule (subject to alteration) can be downloaded here: KSCC 2019 Programme.

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