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Title Discovering the art of Korea / executive producer, Paul Asselin ; written by Mollie Gregory ; produced & directed by Paula Lee Haller ; a Films for the Humanities presentation.
Imprint [Los Angeles] : [Paula Lee Haller-Paul Asselin], [1979]
[Princeton, New Jersey] : [Films for the Humanities], [1979]
[New York] : [Films Media Group], [2012]


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Description 1 online resource (1 streaming video file (59 min.)) : digital, sound, color
Note Encoded with permission for digital streaming by Films Media Group on May 02, 2012.
Films on Demand is distributed by Films Media Group for Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware.
"This film is based on the exhibition '5,000 Years of Korean Art'"--End credits.
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Performer Narrated by Soon-Teck Oh.
Note 12 & up.
System requirements: Adobe Flash Player or compatible software.
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Video file format: H.264/MPEG-4 AVC (MP4).
Optional closed captions.
Subject Art, Korean.
Korea -- History.
Genre Educational films.
Internet videos.
Streaming videos.
Video recordings.
Educational films.
Internet videos.
Video recordings.
Contents Tomb of Muryeong (2:15) -- Treasures Within (2:28) -- Cultural Memories (2:02) -- Artistic Beginnings (1:45) -- Worshipers of Sun and Nature (0:56) -- Kingdom of Silla (1:29) -- Gold of Kings (1:44) -- Ceramics (1:31) -- Warriors of Hwarang (0:37) -- Maitreya (1:27) -- Art of Korean Buddhism (0:49) -- Monuments of Gyeongju (1:38) -- Honoring the Dead (1:39) -- Korea's Great Temple Bell (1:05) -- Pagodas and Temples (2:04) -- Dragons (0:28) -- Buddha's Path to Enlightenment (1:52) -- Honoring Buddha (2:13) -- Deities and Relics (2:42) -- Goryeo Dynasty (0:59) -- Celadon Ceramics (2:57) -- Inlaid Celadon Art (2:29) -- Changing Regimes: Changing Art (1:32) -- Porcelain (1:32) -- The Tripitaka (2:27) -- Confucianism in the Last Dynasty (1:24) -- New Art Forms (1:24) -- Symbols in Paintings (1:35) -- Subjects of Art (2:16) -- Enduring Subjects of Art (1:32) -- Genre Paintings (1:55) -- Women in Art (2:36) -- Images of Korean Art (1:39) -- Credits: Discovering The Art of Korea (1:00).
Summary A definitive survey of Korean art and culture, this program spans the ages from 3000 B.C. to the 20th century. Views of burial mounds, temples, ancient cities, and other historical sites are interwoven with footage of recovered art treasures such as gold crowns and jewelry, celadon pottery, landscape and genre paintings, and Buddhist relics including the gilt bronze Maitreya (Buddha of the Future). The program also shows art objects from the National Museum of Korea exhibition: 5000 years of Korean Art.
Other Author Asselin, Paul, producer.
Gregory, Mollie, screenwriter.
Haller, Paula Lee, producer, director.
Oh, Soon-Teck, narrator.
Ch'oe, Sun-u, 1916-1984. Tosŏl Han'guk misul och'ŏnnyŏn.
Paula Lee Haller-Paul Asselin Production Company, production company.
Films for the Humanities (Firm), distributor.
Films Media Group, distributor.