February 23 - 25, 2021: Director Kim Seong-Hun is known both in film and through his popular Netflix drama, Kingdom. He is scheduled to be present as part of IU Cinema's Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Program with film critic Darcy Paquet.
Darcy Paquet, an IU alumnus with a master’s degree in applied linguistics, is one of South Korea’s most prominent film critics and the creator of the website koreanfilm.org. He moved to Korea in 1997 to teach English at Korea University but became fascinated with Korean cinema and made it his life’s work. He also teaches classes on cinema at Kyung Hee University and Korea University and does freelance subtitle and screenplay translation, as well as radio and television work. In addition to his film criticism, Paquet has written extensively on the Korean
film industry with pieces featured in Screen, Variety, and the Korean film weekly Cine 21. He was the 2020 IKS Scholar-in-Residence.
February 23, 7:00 pm - Screening of A Hard Day, with introduction by Director Kim Seong-Hun and film critic Darcy Paquet.
February 25, 8:00 pm - Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Series with Director Kim Seong-Hun and film critic Darcy Paquet.