Film Screening—The Space Between: Korea’s Golden Age of Cinema | The Housemaid
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Fri, 09/30/2022 – 16:28
FILM at LACMA presents classic and contemporary narrative and documentary films, artists and their influences, emerging auteurs, international showcases, special guest-curated programs, and conversations with artists and special guests.
In conjunction with the exhibition The Space Between: The Modern in Korean Art, join us for a selection of cinematic gems of the Modern era. This spectacular period (1954–1972), bookended by the war and a period of stifling film censorship, generated some of the most well-regarded films in Korea’s history. This film series anticipates a symposium in February 2023, dedicated to scholarship on the Golden Age of Korean Cinema, organized by GYOPO and co-presented by LACMA and the UCLA Center for Korean Studies.
Join us for this screening of The Housemaid (Kim Ki-young, 1960).
Co-presented with GYOPO and the Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles.
Masks are strongly recommended indoors for everyone.
Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles | 5505 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90036
-Sat, 10/22/2022 – 16:30
Film stills: The Coachmen, Kang Dae-jin, 1961; Mother and a Guest, Shin Sang-ok, 1961; The Housemaid, Kim Ki-young, 1960; and Aimless Bullet, Yu Hyun-mok, 1960, photo courtesy of the Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles
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