, is suggested. The purpose of dissertation is to find out the system fur the actors and actresses to be able to act naturally through such practise.

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  • Observation Training Research of Stanislavski School for Creating the Role (역할 창조를 위한 스타니슬랍스키 학파의 관찰훈련 연구)

    • Ha, Byoung-Hun
      • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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      • v.17 no.1
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      • pp.585-593
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      • 2017
    • This study is about an observation, namely, the starting point of a role creation with playing a bridge role regarding the work of the role at the work with oneself in the actor training program of the stanislavsky school called the bible about the reenactment acting which is the most basic study of the performance, and in the circumstance of theatrical circles of Korea, which relatively have a lack of the research as mentioned earlier, it described the necessity, usefulness and types of the observation as well as methods of a stepwise observation. First of all, actors should capture observing targets suitable for a role in the play, and if the targets were captured, he needs to imitate and then learn it by using his own body In addition, it must go through the process of an extended application by an adjustment, an amplification, and the application depending on the circumstances of the role after understanding the principle of physical behavior. Also, in order to overcome the simple duplication of outward appearance, making it his own should be conducted through the process of learning it by body and identification by attempting empathy, and for become not the process of the observations which can be partially and fragmentarily finished but the whole acts handling the whole play, it requires the actors to continuously make efforts to create the role, designed to be appropriate for the role while comprehensively arranging each behavior of fragmented figures.

    Method of an Effective Training Program For Film Acting and Directing (영화 연기와 연출을 위한 훈련 프로그램 방법)

    • Lee, Jeong-Gook
      • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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      • v.10 no.9
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      • pp.155-175
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      • 2010
    • The purpose of this thesis is to introduce the alternative method of the new training program for film acting and directing. Recently in Korea, acting in movies has become a trend and broadcasting still depicts reality. But men of the theater is usually privileged getting the most acting education offered by the theater training program. They also is hardly teach about acting's directing for film directors. So I thought of establishing a new training program for film acting and acting's directing. I made two short films , that I had practical training program for film acting as practical text. This program applied partially 'Atude' that Stanislavsky devised for theater acting practice, and referred to 'Method Acting System' that Lee Strasberg made for film acting at the Actors Studio. Another main point of this program is camera use. That training program can be attended not only by actors but also by director and film staff. Through this thesis, I wish to prove my new training program for film acting and acting directing. The focus of this training is to target a better execution according to the group you belong to whether amateur group, associate professionals, professional actors.

    Usefulness of Meyerhold's 'Biomechanics' as an Alternative for a Method of Actor Training II - Focused on the Actual Training Program of 'Biomechanics' (배우 훈련 방법의 대안으로서 메이어홀드 '인체역학'의 효용성 II - '인체역학'의 실제 훈련 프로그램을 중심으로)

    • Cho, Han-Jun
      • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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      • v.14 no.11
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      • pp.89-101
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      • 2014
    • The 'Biomechanics', which was devised to systematically train actor's material and medium, is evaluated as the first approach to an acting method in earnest with Stanislavsky's 'System'. Especially, due to the psycho-physical features of 'Biomechanics' that helps an actor to master a mechanism of human being such as stimulus, impulse and reaction, it was valued as an alternative for a naturalistic acting method that was excessively focused on the actor's emotional expression. However, the 'Biomechanics' is not utilized with activity in a field of actor training in Korea compared with Stanislavsky's 'The Method of Physical Action' which has a similar starting point as the psycho-physical feature. It is because of a political reason that a study for Meyerhold was officially forbidden in Russia until the mid-twentieth century. It is also because of a limit that incorporeal features of the 'Biomechanics' could not but be explained only by publications, especially translation. In this sense, as part of seeking for a new alternative of acting methods in Korea, this study will explore a possibility of applying the 'Biomechanics' to the actual actor training field through correct understanding of it.

    The Splitting of MKhAT and Collapse of Soviet Theatre (므하트의 분리와 소비에트 연극의 해체)

    • Kim, Hye Ran
      • Cross-Cultural Studies
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      • v.21
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      • pp.53-86
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      • 2010
    • This paper is focused on splitting of the first Soviet theatre, MKhAT and collapse of Soviet theatre. A close attention has been paid to Art Theatres's circumstances leading to splitting, critical conscience about division between ideal and real theatres and other concrete situation before the verge of collapse. Administrative reform of the Soviet theatre at the period of Perestroika and Glasnost', its results and conflicts, occurred in the process of transition into market system. These are considered under the premise of that the problems of MKhAT were not so different to the other soviet theatres at that time. As it is known that Moscow Art Theatre is a symbol of Russian theatre. And the status of MKhAT as a symbol of Russian theatre had formulated not only the well-known Stanislavsky' system and his legendary performance The Seagull, Three Sisters etc. It was made by party's effort to make MKhAT as the first Soviet theatre and by directors, artists and critics, they had believed and tried to protect idea of MKhAT as the 'battlements' of Soviet theatrical art. One of them is O. Yefremov, a former leader and artistic director from 1970 to 2000. Actually from the periods of Sovremennik Yefremov knew that does not exist the ideal MKhAT, excepting myths, legends and administrative attitudes. Nonetheless he chose the duty of MKhAT's artistic director to construct ideal MKhAT, theatre as the best moral institution, theatre as union based on common belief. It is same motive that he had led split of MKhAT. But split of theatre did not bring the expected results. After spliting MKhAT has become almost collapsed under collapse of USSR and subsequent turmoil at 1990's. And as soviet theatre disappeared into history, Russian theatre became lost its special significance, the super-theatre's idea.

    The Paper on The Martialarts Acting System for Action Acting Technic (효율적인 액션연기를 위한 '무예武藝연기술시스템' 의 논의)

    • Kim, Sunam
      • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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      • v.15 no.7
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      • pp.57-74
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      • 2015
    • This paper will concentrates on martialarts acting system. I will sugest a kind of actor's training system for the safe method of action acting. In this study I solve the following problems. First, what is main factors to interfere with performer to act and how do they get rid of factors. Second, what is very economic and effective challenge to develope the new acting system for action acting performers. For this discussion I studied four parts. The first, I gives purpose and direction of the safe for martialarts actor. The second, I traces the development of contemporary idea of acting such as Stanislavsky and Meyerhold. The third I introduces Korean martialarts training system. The last I conclude which refer to effective action acting by result of training 'Korean traditional martialarts acting system'.

    Film Acting Studies of S. Eisenstein (에이젠슈테인의 영화연기론)

    • Chough, Song-Duk;Kim, Jong-Guk
      • Cartoon and Animation Studies
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      • pp.177-195
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      • 2016
    • This article analyzes Sergei Eisenstein's acting theory, which is famous for his Russian montage. According to the existing discussions, he avoids the psychological realism through the concept of cut acting. It is a method like montage from the viewpoint that the practice of the cut action is segmented into shots. While Vsevolod Pudovkin, who asserts a connection montage, is looking for performance to portray a gradual change of emotion adopted by Konstantin Stanislavsky's psychological realism, Eisenstein prefers the acting of Vsevolod Meyerhold's masks in the same manner as the collision montage. This article traces the viewpoints on acting and actor that Eisenstein posed throughout his montage theory. It focuses on Film Sense(1942) and Film Form(1949), which are a collection of articles written by Eisenstein. As a result of examining the domestic and foreign literatures centering on Korean and English, it is hard to find the discussions on the analysis of Eisenstein's acting theory. Almost all of them are concentrated in his montage, among which the mention of acting is extremely limited. The cut acting, the typage, the inner techniques and processes of actor that express and induce the living emotions, and the acting of the integrating into diversity as one of the inner language are useful concepts in the creation and case analysis of contemporary films. Especially, his acting theory can be applied in the creation process of cartoons, webtoons, and animations which can meet the most decisive and impressive montage technique of Eisenstein. It is also possible to find many related cases for the analysis. This is why I look back on Eisenstein's film acting theory, and the results of the discussion will be a sufficient foundation for the derivation of related research.