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Colonialism Nationalism 65 Korean Cinema 10132015 Recap of Wk 2 A39 slow development of early film culture 19105 Modern Experience in Korea 0 1 p0itica context 0 becomingbeing modern for koreans I Korea39s deayed modernization I the transformation development industrialization isolation policy eXCltemeht the new I unstable political economic sites I the colonial occupation and o 2 Cultural Context exploitation l the laCk 0t theatrical tradltleh I colonial experience is integral part of I insufficient film exhibition sites koreais version of modernity O SOC39alconteXt I Colonial modernexperienceof I clashes between the traditional amp Korea mOdem 0 Imperial aggressions Colonial Occupation 19101945 c nationalist aspirations 0 Japanese Empire the sole Asian Imperial 0 Western lhluehehCe power187051945 o traditiona confucian values 0 Korea became part of Japanese Empire Challenged 1910 Film Culture in Colonial Korea A South Korea picked 1 as first film A39 1 1920s film became an important part of O celebrate as national mm day urban culture the beginning of film 0 North Korea picked 2 as first film 0 Some South Korean Film Historians pick 3 Defining Korea s first film 0 Japanese staff was involved in all three production A39 2 1930s the most popular influential form of culture amp entertainment 3 1940s a propaganda machine 0 Commercial feature of movies were gone The first Korean film 0 korea s film industry early 1920s films 0 lesserJapaneseInfluencegtmore authentically Korean 0 pure Korean Film I Colonial cinema of Korea 0 What is the first authentically korean unav0Idable Japanese Intervention film 0 1 Loyal Vengeance 1919 Kim Dosan o The Vow made under the Moon 1928 Yoon Baeknam o O 3 The Border 1923 Kim Dosan redeem 39tS C0l0nal past I Then why Koreans tried to supress it o a nationalist impulse to Rise of Korean Nationalism 1 Response to imperial threats 0 Japan s colonial racismquot Koreans amp Japanese were of common origin but the former always subordinate from the ancient time 0 Korean nationalism responded to it by asserting their unique national heritage in its attempt to define Korean identity 2 EthnicityNation 0 Korean nationalismzmore to do wKorean ethnicity 0 based on a bloodline korean ethnic Nationalism o koreans are wout a doubt a unitary nation in blood and culturequot Ethnic Nationalism Racialized Nationalism o a national identity based on shared bloodline From Benshi to Byeonsa Japanese influence Arirang 1926 amp Byeonsa 0 early stage drama film theater culture 0 Arirang by Na Ungyu 19021937 Benshi a film narrator gt Byeonsa in Korea I a breakthrough film commercial success I contributions to the expansion of film culture I advancing colonial film aesthetics resonated with Korean s nationalist sentiments the role of byeonsa I when narrating the film byeonsa often made references to Korea s colonial situation 0 a silent film practice Japan Korea Taiwan US 0 narrated and commented on events that O 0 occurred onscreen o earliest movie stars Western In uences film culture as a threat to traditional values 0 movies amp movies theaters I promotion of dangerous western thoughts liberalism I Fllm fans often labeled as mindless consumers 0 gender segregation in movie theaters Sweet Dream 1936 amp the discourse of new woman 0 I a political figure who opposed oppressive social gender norms social male anxieties surrounding the figure of a new woman a negative social connotation I modern girl flapper etc I obsessed wconsumption sexually promiscuous immoral selfish and so on filmic expression of social anxieties I a cautionary tale propaganda women s mobility I still ambivalent about modern women I propaganda commissioned by police about automotives Propaganda Films Japanese empires total war 0 O the 2nd SinoJapanese War 1937 Japanese amp US Collision in the Pacific WWII Film censorship introduced since the late 1930s onward O O monopoly of film stocks any film production must be approved by the authorities compulsory screening of propaganda movies Hollywood filmsbanned films function reduced to a propaganda vehicle The End of Empire 0 O 1945 end of Japanese Empire Korea under trusteeship 174548 US amp USSR establishment pf 2 Korean states 1948 Republic of Korea S Korea Democratic People s REpublic of Korea N Korea A39 Korean War 19501953 June 25th 1950 Madam Freedom 1956 O O Persisting amp new social issues Korean war amp post civil war S Korean society WesternAmerican Influence anxieties about collapse of traditional customs social climate of post war S Korean society
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