Tag Archives: South Korea

“Muse Of The Wind”: A Cinematic Art Short Film Featuring HaeYoung Lee Directed By FLEV (2016)

“Muse Of The Wind” is a Cinematic  Art Short Film Featuring Painter and Artist HaeYoung Lee Directed Seunghwan Oh of FLEV.

Directed by:  SeungHwan Oh

Muse Of The Wind Cinematic Art hort Film Featuring HaeYoung Lee by FLEV in 2016

Produced, Animated and Edited by:  FLEV (Jason Kim,  Minjoo Kim,  Inseok Jung and Dongseob Im)

Artist HaeYoung Lee
Artist HaeYoung Lee

“An art concept video for Korean painting artist HaeYoung LEE`s second exhibition in Seoul.  Title of the exhibition is ‘Muse of the Wind’.

She is ‘humorist’. She frees herself by transforming a tragedy into a comedy, or vice versa.

If the harsh wind of pain and the gentle breeze of peace that followed was what moved  her to paint and create, she is now trying to “move” herself and “move” the world with her work.”

Websites:  http://flipevil.com/FLEV-INFO

http://www.leehaeyoung.com/home/Exhibition/1st%20Exhibition/92

 

 

“Dawn Of Upo Wetland”: A Cinematic Short Film In South Korea Directed By HJ. Song (2011)

“Dawn Of Upo Wetland” is a Cinematic Short Film In South Korea Directed By HJ. Song.

Filmed, Edited and Directed by:  HJ Song

Music Composed by:  Dario Marianelli (“Dawn” from Pride and Prejudice Soundtrack)

Dawn Of Upo Wetland cinematic short film in South Korea directed by HJ.Song

“Time To Leave”: Cinematic Narrated Short Film In Japan Filmed & Directed By Lee Hang Gab (2014)

“Time to Leave “ is a cinematic narrated short film on a trip to Japan inspired by “Travel Note“ by Lee Byung-ryul, a Korean writer and poet.

Filmed and Directed by:  Lee Hang Gab

Music by:  Olafur Arnalds   (“Arcade”)
Narration by David Tran
Translation by Yoo Won Jung

time-to-leave-cinematic-poem-short-film-in-japan-directed-by-lee-hang-gab-2014

“Walking on the sunny path or walking on the shady path,
Which one do I prefer?
That’s how I understood love.
The sunny path or the shady one.
Always between the two hesitating which one to take with a conflicting mind.
I never considered them compatible.
Love was in both paths, both paths were mine to take.
But why did I feel guilty and anxious seeing how the wind blows on the other side?

Whenever you hesitate between eating a lemon or an orange
Whenever the taste is bland
but you hesitate between salt and sugar
When one thing you used to like becomes now unlikable for no apparent reason
When the clothes that were ironed
are mistaken for dirty washing and put in the washing machine

When you’re faced with such hopeless situations
It’s time to move on and leave.”

time-to-leave-cinematic-poem-short-film-in-japan-directed-by-lee-hang-gab-2014

Website:  http://www.leehanggab.com