London Korean Film Festival 2018 Programme Announced!
The London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) has announced its full
programme of films and events. Running from 1- 14 November in London before taking
highlights around the country with its annual UK Tour, the festival will feature an in-depth special
focus entitled A Slice of Everyday Life, along with an exciting mix of UK and International
premieres, guests and events across a diverse set of strands; Cinema Now, Women's Voices,
Indie Firepower, Contemporary Classics, Artists Video, Animation and Shorts.
Booking will be available soon. Keep an eye out right here and across our social media for updates...
You can download a copy of the complete 2018 Programme Line-up by clicking below:
Teaser Screening: A Tiger in Winter
With the release of his third feature film, director Lee Kwang-kuk is fast becoming an LKFF favourite for his inventive narratives and intimately realised characters. His latest title, A Tiger in Winter, is the story of two writers whose lives and creative output are at a standstill, whilst the news of an escaped tiger plays out as an amusing backdrop. Premiered at Busan International Film Festival 2017 and selected for the International Film Festival Rotterdam 2018, the film is driven by the outstanding performances of its leads, Ko Hyun-Jung (Woman on the Beach) and Lee Jin-uk (Miss Granny). Following on from Romance Joe (2012) and A Matter of Interpretation (2015), A Tiger in Winter is once again a compassionate look at the perils and frustrations of creative inertia.
Regent Street Cinema, Monday 17 September 7pm
- This screening will be include the announcement of the programme for the 13th London Korean Film Festival
Booking & Info: https://www.regentstreetcinema...
Arts Picturehouse Cambridge, Monday 24 September 6pm
Booking & Info: https://www.picturehouses.com/...
London Korean Film Festival 2017: Highlights Video
The 12th London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) ran from 26 October – 19 November 2017 and featured multiple UK and International premieres, with a special focus on Korean Noir and included everything from Indie Firepower and Cinema Now to Women's Voices, Classics Revisited: Bae Chang-ho Retrospective, Documentaries, Artist Video, Animations, Mise-en-scène Shorts and a roster of very special guests in attendance.
All film screenings are organised by the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK). For more information on the KCCUK and its many events, including film, music, visual arts, literature and more, please visit the website here.