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Up Next in 100 Years of Olympic Films: 1912–2012

  • Hand in Hand

    Directed by Im Kwon-taek • 1989 • South Korea

    Director Im Kwon-taek roots his idiosyncratic Olympic documentary, HAND IN HAND, in the past, with opening shots of the barbed wire dividing South from North Korea and an Australian veteran recalling the conflict of the early fifties. Im brings a tru...

  • Beyond All Barriers

    Directed by Lee Ji-won • 1989 • South Korea

    BEYOND ALL BARRIERS is another feature-length record of the Seoul 1988 Olympic Games. Made by Lee Ji-won, it boasts a superb color palette and depicts the Opening Ceremony for more than fifty minutes in terms that are visually resplendent.

  • One Light, One World

    Directed by Joe Jay Jalbert and R. Douglas Copsey • 1992 • United States

    For the XVI Olympic Winter Games Albertville 1992, sports documentarists Joe Jay Jalbert and R. Douglas Copsey were assigned to make the official chronicle. The resulting film, ONE LIGHT, ONE WORLD compensates for its rough...