The Korea Society’s New York Korean Film Festival returns to New York City’s Museum of the Moving Image on November 11 to 13 for its yearly celebration of the best in Korean cinema.
New York Korean Film Festival
NAME OF FESTIVAL: New York Korean Film Festival
WHERE: New York, New York
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL: The New York Korean film festival is back in business! That’s right. What Subway Cinema started in 2001 with When Korean Cinema Attacks! – New York Korean Film Festival, and what has known many incarnations and iterations since then, is back in the funky and freaky curatorial hands of the festival’s original creators, now joining forces with BAMCinematek and the Korea Society to bring you the freshest crop of the record-breaking blockbusters and the must-see recent works of the peninsula’s internationally celebrated auteurs and mavericks. The new New York Korean Film Festival wants to serve as your road map for the best in contemporary Korean cinema.
2015 New York Korean Film Festival to Feature NY Premieres of OFFICE, TRAP, CONFESSION, MADONNA, THE SHAMELESS
The 2015 New York Korean Film Festival will run from November 6 to November 11, 2015, at the Museum of the Moving Image. Korean guests invited to attend include star director Ryoo Seung-Wan and producers Kang Hye-jung and Park Jung (Veteran); directors Shin Suwon (Madonna), Lee Do-yun (Confession), Kang Hyo-jin (Wonderful Nightmare), Oh Seung-uk (The Shameless), and Hong Won-chan (Office); and actress Koh Ah-Sung. The Festival will kick off opening night with the New York Premiere of OFFICE, with […]