1. Arirang Mass Games, North Korea


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    • Pyongyang - Part 3 - Mass Games mayhem


      from Phil Carroll / Added

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      26 August 2011

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      • Coreia do Norte - Festival Arirang


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        The Rungrado May First Stadium, that can seat 150,000, is the stage for the extraordinary and meticulously choreographed "Arirang" Festival that celebrates the anniversary of the Great Leader Kim Il-Sung. This gymnastic and artistic performance commonly referred to as Mass Games, is famed for the huge mosaic picture created by more than 30,000 thoroughly drilled and disciplined participants. Com capacidade para 150.000 espectadores, o Estádio Rungrado May First é o palco para a meticulosa e extraordinária coreografia do Festival Arirang, que comemora o aniversário do Grande Líder Kim Il-Sung. Esta performance de ginástica artística é referida vulgarmente como os Jogos de Massa ou Mass Games, onde é famoso o imenso mosaico feito por mais de 30.000 pessoas bem treinadas e disciplinadas.

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        • "Ritual Echoes of North Korea"


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          Directed, shot, edited, & scored by Sharad Kant Patel Question: How does artist David Chung manifest a form of North Korean landmark in Ann Arbor, Michigan while both subverting and adhering to the dogma associated with the original? Answer: Through a communal construction of a lantern replica of the torch, thereby suggesting the lantern lighting tradition of Buddhism, a type of ceremony persecuted by the State of North Korea. The opening shots of the tower in Pyongyang are special effects created from still photos. The stadium footage was taken from David Chung's home videos of the Mass Games: Arirang Festival, which he managed to sneak out of North Korea. This video and art was curated by Amanda Krugliak at the Institute for Humanities at the University of Michigan. Please browse www.sharadkantpatel.com for more creative work from this filmmaker.

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