Ending the Korean War: Films
This year marks the 60th anniversary of the signing of the Korean Armistice, which temporarily halted the fighting, yet failed to officially end the Korean War. We will show two documentary films on the impact of the unending Korean War and discuss it with the filmmakers. "Memory of Forgotten War" and "The Woman, The Orphan and The Tiger".
Wednesday, May 08, 20137:00 PM - 9:30 PM
James Bridges Theater
Memory of Forgotten War introduces audiences to the lived experience and legacies of the Korean War, as four Korean American war survivors share deeply personal accounts of events preceding, during, and following the fighting.
For more information about this film and the filmmakers Deann Liem and Ramsay Liem, click here.
LA Times interview with the filmmakers, click here.
The Woman, The Orphan, and The Tiger follows a group ofinternational adoptees and other women of the Korean Diaspora in their 20s and 30s. It explores the ways in which trauma is passed on from previous generations to the present through a sense of being haunted.
For more information about this film and the filmmaker Jane Jin Kaisen, click here.
**For related conference on May 9th, 2013 click here.
**For related conference on May 10th, 2013 click here.
For the campus map and directions to James Bridges Theater, download the file below.
Open to the Public. Q & A with film makers will follow. Parking Available at Parking structure 3 at $11.
Cost : Free
Download file: ucla-map_-james-bridges-theater-zz-wyc.pdf
Sponsor(s): , Asian Languages & Cultures, Korea Policy Institute, United Methodist Women, Channing and Popai Liem Education Foundation, Alliance of Scholars Concerned about Korea, National Campaign to End the Korean War, and Nodutdol for Korean Community Development