Although the many difficulties have occurred in the political and social situations along with the poor environment in financing and distribution, many documentaries have been continuously produced in the last few years in Korea. Most of the documentaries are aiming to get the schedules at the cinemas, but they usually meet some technical difficulties during the post-production which make it difficult to achieve the satisfying quality of the final version for theatrical release. KT&G Sangsangmadang Cine Lab and MediACT, those who have been working on numerous post-productions, will share their experience and information to carry out the successful documentary in post-production process.
KT&G Sangsangmadang Cine Lab
- Date/Time :
- 5th Nov(Sun),2017 / 13:30–15:00
- Venue :
- Diamond Hall 2F, Olympos Hotel
- Speaker :
- KIM Hyoung-hee (Manager, KT&G SangSangMadang Cine Lab)
- PYO Yong-soo (Sound Supervisor MediACT)
KT&G Sangsangmadang Cine Lab has researched and shared its color-grading service which specializes in indie films and the technical visions of digital films since its creation in 2007. Garnished with the strengths of KT&G Sangsangmadang Cine Lab, the color-grading service helps audience concentrate on the original meaning of documentary films with perfection and distinction that do not trail those found in drama movies.
mediACT Sound Studio was established in 2002, and has been a reliable partner in sound design for more than 350 Korean independent films including Repatriation(Dong-won Kim, 2003), the winner of Freedom of Expression Award at Sundance Film Festival and The Remnants(KIM Il-rhan, LEE Hyuk-sang, 2016), the winner of Best Korean Documentary Award and Audience Award at DMZ Docs.