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Park Chan-wook talks about his way of directing and screenwriting

In this class,

Learn about the qualities and approaches as a director through his experience and knowledge.

All Lessons : 19 | 2:25:29

Free 1st lesson after sign up!

Lesson 1

01:27

Intro

Filmmaker Park Chan-wook, who has won awards at many film festivals at home and abroad including <Grand Bell Awards>, <Cannes Film Festival>, <Berlin International Film Festival>, and achieve recognition worldwide. He shares you his experience through the ViBLE class.

Filmmaker Park Chan-wook, who has won awards at many film festivals at home and abroad including <Grand Bell Awards>, <Cannes Film Festival>, <Berlin International Film Festival>, and achieve recognition worldwide. He shares you his experience through the ViBLE class.

Free 1st lesson after sign up!

Lesson 2

04:43

Way to Be a Director

Park Chan-wook tells those who are thinking about how to start to become a movie director, the starting point, and advice he thinks.

Park Chan-wook tells those who are thinking about how to start to become a movie director, the starting point, and advice he thinks.

Lesson 3

16:45

Director’s Qualities

There are various types of directors in the world. Park Chan-wook explains some qualities and four virtues to become a director

There are various types of directors in the world. Park Chan-wook explains some qualities and four virtues to become a director

Lesson 4

03:23

Script 1 : Theme & Message

Park Chan-wook takes the films "The Handmaiden" and "The Philadelphia Story" as examples to tell his thoughts on the theme and message at the time of writing the script.

Park Chan-wook takes the films "The Handmaiden" and "The Philadelphia Story" as examples to tell his thoughts on the theme and message at the time of writing the script.

Lesson 5

05:49

Script 2 : Idea

Park Chan-wook explains the process of inspiration and ideas, recalling the adaptation of the much-winning film "Old Boy" and the movie "I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK".

Park Chan-wook explains the process of inspiration and ideas, recalling the adaptation of the much-winning film "Old Boy" and the movie "I'm a Cyborg, But That's OK".

Lesson 6

13:23

Script 3 : Writing

It takes a long time to complete the screenplay. Park Chan-wook reveals his own method of writing, explaining the three advantages and cautions of co-writing.

It takes a long time to complete the screenplay. Park Chan-wook reveals his own method of writing, explaining the three advantages and cautions of co-writing.

Lesson 7

10:08

Storyboard

If the screenplay is the music score, the storyboard is side notes. Park Chan-wook shares four purposes and his own way of making a storyboard and tells why you need a storyboard from experience with ‘The Little Drummer Girl’.

If the screenplay is the music score, the storyboard is side notes. Park Chan-wook shares four purposes and his own way of making a storyboard and tells why you need a storyboard from experience with ‘The Little Drummer Girl’.

Lesson 8

06:00

Workflow of Storyboard

When you are trying to make a storyboard, you surely feel stuck at first. Park Chan-wook explains how to set priorities and important points through his work process.

When you are trying to make a storyboard, you surely feel stuck at first. Park Chan-wook explains how to set priorities and important points through his work process.

Lesson 9

06:51

First Meeting with the Actor

During making a movie, a director must communicate with an actor the most. Park Chan-wook introduces how to communicate with actors through several examples, including ‘Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance’, ‘Sympathy For Lady Vengeance’, ‘Stoker’.

During making a movie, a director must communicate with an actor the most. Park Chan-wook introduces how to communicate with actors through several examples, including ‘Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance’, ‘Sympathy For Lady Vengeance’, ‘Stoker’.

Lesson 10

07:38

Reading and Rehearsal

Park Chan-wook explains why reading is necessary and tells the improvement he actually found during rehearsals through the cases of ‘Stoker’, and ‘The Little Drummer Girl’.

Park Chan-wook explains why reading is necessary and tells the improvement he actually found during rehearsals through the cases of ‘Stoker’, and ‘The Little Drummer Girl’.

Lesson 11

14:39

Acting Order at the Shooting Site

The director doesn't really need to intervene in the acting. Park Chan-wook teaches how the director's request affects acting unless it is a special situation.

The director doesn't really need to intervene in the acting. Park Chan-wook teaches how the director's request affects acting unless it is a special situation.

Lesson 12

05:00

Bedroom Scenes in a Film

There are some scenes that require more attention. Park Chan-wook tells what factors you need to check and how to communicate with the actor before shooting a bed scene.

There are some scenes that require more attention. Park Chan-wook tells what factors you need to check and how to communicate with the actor before shooting a bed scene.

Lesson 13

08:08

Filming

In order to express a script composed of text to the audience, it must go through the filming process. Park Chan-wook reveals his know-how on how to use intended elements, such as the camera's location and movement lines, when filming.

In order to express a script composed of text to the audience, it must go through the filming process. Park Chan-wook reveals his know-how on how to use intended elements, such as the camera's location and movement lines, when filming.

Lesson 14

03:20

Day at the Shooting

New directors are hard to experience on-site directing until they actually shoot a movie. Park Chan-wook tells his filming experience in South Korea, U.K, and the U.S.

New directors are hard to experience on-site directing until they actually shoot a movie. Park Chan-wook tells his filming experience in South Korea, U.K, and the U.S.

Lesson 15

06:45

Production Design

Learn the different meanings of 'art director' used in Korea, the U.K, and the U.S. Park Chan-wook teaches the two positions responsible for the visuals of the film through the examples of the movie ‘The Handmaiden' and ‘Little Drummer Girl’.

Learn the different meanings of 'art director' used in Korea, the U.K, and the U.S. Park Chan-wook teaches the two positions responsible for the visuals of the film through the examples of the movie ‘The Handmaiden' and ‘Little Drummer Girl’.

Lesson 16

11:11

Film Editing

When editing, the directors have to look at it from a different perspective than filming. Park Chan-wook tells the director, who is well aware of the work, what to do in the editing process.

When editing, the directors have to look at it from a different perspective than filming. Park Chan-wook tells the director, who is well aware of the work, what to do in the editing process.

Lesson 17

11:21

Music

In films, music is an important element that leads to the mood and conveys the director's intentions. Learn how to communicate with music directors and the impact of music on films.

In films, music is an important element that leads to the mood and conveys the director's intentions. Learn how to communicate with music directors and the impact of music on films.

Lesson 18

08:20

Sound

The sound of the film stimulates the unconscious of the audience to create an overall rhythm. Park Chan-wook teaches how the sound in his films, including the movie ‘Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance' and ‘JSA’, was designed.

The sound of the film stimulates the unconscious of the audience to create an overall rhythm. Park Chan-wook teaches how the sound in his films, including the movie ‘Sympathy For Mr. Vengeance' and ‘JSA’, was designed.

Lesson 19

00:38

Outro

Looking back on previous episodes, Park Chan-wook tells his advice as a film director.

Looking back on previous episodes, Park Chan-wook tells his advice as a film director.

Recommended to

Those who want to learn director Park Chan-wook's know-how

Aspiring filmmakers and screenwriters

Movie fans who want to learn about filmmaking

Industry Professionals who want to be inspired

MASTER STORY

Park Chan-wook, Korea's leading filmmaker, screenwriter and filmmaker. 

 

In 1983 he became a film critic, In the following nine years he worked as a film critic. 

During the late 1990s and early 2000s, he worked with Lee Moo-young as a co-writer of the name 'PAKRIDAME'. 

He is the founder and president of the film company Mohofilm. 

 

ViBLE noted the footsteps he walked. 
How did Park Chan-wook start and how did Park Chan-wook become himself? 

 

Not to mention the people who dream of being a film director, if you want to deepen your taste in movies, 
Please listen to Park Chan-wook's filmmaking story.

Q & A

Q. What would you say to aspiring filmmakers?

We’ve got to stop making excuses like money, connections, education, experience, and talent. I am not a go-getter myself but I hope you at least try before you give up. Anyone can make a couple of short films or write scripts. So my advice is, start making short films. We’re living in a world where you can make films with your smartphones.

Q. What are the most important things in filmmaking?

The most important thing is setting high standards. Focus on the ugly side of life. Explore the dark side of human nature. Do not compromise your quality. When I work on my film, I compare it to the greatest films of all time. But look at my films. Even when I have done so, this is all I can get. So if you don't have high standards, you'll get much lower results. Never be satisfied with your work so easily.

Q. Is there anything you would like to say to your class viewers?

My story may not apply to your specific situations. Some filmmakers would give completely different advice. My class is solely based on my limited experience and its key takeaways. Instead of taking my words literally, please also try to understand my intention behind them. I believe that you will be able to take something useful from it.

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