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[Cinema)2017 Saturday Barrier-free Cinema Operation (2nd half)
Title [Cinema)2017 Saturday Barrier-free Cinema Operation (2nd half)
Writer mster Date 2017-09-07

Please join us at the screening session of the ‘Barrier-free films’ that will be held at 2 pm on the 4th Saturdays of each month from August to December at the Seoul Museum of History for visual- or hearing-impaired people and residents of Seoul.

 

□ Date & Time: 2PM on 4th Saturday of every month from August to December 2017

□ Location: Auditorium on 1st floor of Seoul Museum of History (Yajugae Hall)

□ For: All citizens

□ How to Watch: First-come, first-admitted (224 seats total, 8 wheelchair seats for the wheelchair-bound)

□ Admission Time: Starting from 1:30 PM

□ Admission Fee: Free

□ Screening Schedule

 

1. Aug. 26th (Sat) 2pm

Barrier-free version

2015 | Korea | 80 minutes | Director – Choi Kyung-seok, Kazumi Nonaka

Barrier-Free Film – Enhanced Movie Watching Experience for Persons with Disabilities Project of Korean Film Council

For all ages

 

A baby tyrannosaurus, Mir, spends happy days with his dad, Jester, and his mom, Sera on peaceful grassland. One day, Mir loses his mom after an earthquake and his dad has killed by a vicious tyrannosaurus, Baldo. After fully growing up, Mir has a match with Baldo for the peace of the grassland.

 

2. Sep. 23rd (Sat) 2pm

Barrier-free version

2016 | Korea | 111 minutes | Director – Hong Ji-young

Barrier-Free Film – Enhanced Movie Watching Experience for Persons with Disabilities Project of Korean Film Council

Narrator – Chun Woo-hee

For 12 and older

 

Soo-hyun saves a girl’s life while providing medical services in 2015 and receives ten mysterious pills from the girl’s grandfather. Soo-hyun takes the pill out of curiosity and faces himself 30 years in the past. Soo-hyun in the past feels anxious after listening to what Soo-hyun from the present says and finds out about the future he could not believe.

 

3. Oct. 28th (Sat) 2pm

Barrier-free version

2016 | Japan | 129 minutes | Director – Naoko Yamada

Director of the barrier-free version – Jang Gun-jae | Narrator – Choi Hee-seo

For all ages

 

Ishida Shouya who hates boredom meets a new student Nishimiya Shoko who can’t hear. However, Shoko transfers to another school after Shouya’s mischievous pranks and Shouya is left alone. Six years later, Shouya finds Shoko after realizing that his life is no longer meaningful without Shoko.

 

4. Nov. 25th (Sat) 2pm

barrier-free version

2000 | UK | 110 minutes | Director – Steven Daldry

Director of the barrier-free version – Jeong Jae-eun | Narrator – Lee Yo-won |

For 12 and older

 

An eleven-year-old boy Billy who lives in a coal-mining town in the northern part of England accidentally sees girls doing ballet and imitates them at a gym where he learns how to box. The ballet teacher who noticed his talent suggests him to audition to enter the Royal Ballet School but his father is against that plan. One day, Billy faces his father who comes to visit him at the gym while he is enjoying dancing.

 

5. Dec. 23rd (Sat) 2pm

barrier-free version

2015 | Canada | 99 minutes | Director - Martin Talbot

Director of the barrier-free version – Kwon Chil-in | Narrator - Cho Soo-hyang |

For 12 and older

 

‘Henri’ who grew up at a nunnery is shy and timid but has a unique talent in lighting. Henri gets a job at a lighting store by coincidence and meets many friends. Their relationship brings a remarkable change in each other’s lives like fate.

 

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