THE FRONT LINE

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January 19, 2012, 7:00 P.M.

The Ray Stark Family Theatre, SCA 108, George Lucas Building, USC School of Cinematic Arts Complex, 900 W. 34th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007

Cinematheque108, the Korean Studies Institute (KSI) and Well Go USA Entertainment invite you and a guest to a special preview screening of

The Front Line


Directed by Jang Hun
Written by Park Sang-Yeon
Produced by Lee Woo-Jung and Jung Won-Chan

7:00 P.M. on Thursday, January 19th, 2011

The Ray Stark Family Theatre

George Lucas Building, SCA 108
900 W. 34th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90007
 
FREE ADMISSION. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
 

Official Oscar® Entry - SOUTH KOREA
Best Foreign Language Film

Opens in L.A. on Friday, January 20th

About The Front Line

Towards the end of the Korean War, a South Korean battalion is fiercely battling over a hill on the front line border against the North in order to capture a strategic point that would determine the new border between two nations.

The Front Line is directed by Jang Hun (Secret Reunion) with a screenplay by Park Sang-Yeon, and starring Shin Ha-kyun, Ko Soo and Kim Ok-vin. The film is produced by Lee Woo-Jung and Jung Won-Chan.

Provided courtesy of Well Go USA Entertainment. Rated R. Running time: 133 minutes. In Korean, with English subtitles.

To learn more about the film and to view the trailer, click here.

 

About Cinematheque108

Cinematheque108 is an alternative screening series sponsored by the Critical Studies Department at the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts. The series offers a rare selection of events that highlight noteworthy experimental, documentary, and/or foreign films, many of which can not be seen anywhere else. Cinematheque108 is an educational forum that aims to expand understanding of alternative film and media. All screenings are free of charge and open to the pubic.

About the Korean Studies Institute (KSI)

The United States remains one of Korea's most important relationships, and the KSI is ideally situated to help both Koreans understand America, and Americans understand Korea. Furthermore, issues on the Korean peninsula dominate world headlines, whether it be the intractable North Korean nuclear problem or the "Korean wave" of movies and television dramas that has swept the globe. These and other issues directly affect both Koreans and Americans alike, and there is a genuine need for more and better education and scholarship that examines and illuminates these issues.

The Korean Studies Institute (KSI) at USC encourages education about Korean culture, politics, business, and history in the USC community and beyond.

Located next to Los Angeles' Koreatown - the largest grouping of ethnic Koreans outside of Korea itself - USC has long had a natural interest in Korean studies. USC first taught Korean language in 1942, and since then a number of notable Korean studies scholars have taught at USC. The Korean Studies Institute was established in 1995 to further spur the development of education and research about Korea at USC.

Today the KSI houses eight affiliated faculty members, along with numerous visiting scholars and postdoctoral fellows. We teach undergraduate, graduate, and professional students in a variety of disciplines dealing with Korea.

Learn more at http://dornsife.usc.edu/ksi/home/

About Parking

The USC School of Cinematic Arts is located at 900 W. 34th St., Los Angeles, CA 90007. Parking passes may be purchased for $8.00 at USC Entrance Gate #5, located at the intersection of W. Jefferson Blvd. & McClintock Avenue. We recommend parking in outdoor Lot M or V, or Parking Structure D, at the far end of 34th Street. Please note that Parking Structure D cannot accommodate tall vehicles such as SUVs. Metered parking is also available along Jefferson Blvd.

Contact Information

Name: Alessandro Ago
Email: aago@cinema.usc.edu