LKFF2017 Final Teaser Screening + Programme Launch


Monday 11 September, 7:30pm, Regent Street Cinema

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Exploding onto the screen in a kinetic flurry of hyper-stylised action, Director Jung Byung-gil thrusts his audience into the noir-tinged world of The Villainess, infusing a tale containing many of the hallmarks of modern Korean thrillers with original action elements and an unflinching style that recalls Park Chan Wook’s Oldboy while also pointing towards the female-led narratives offered by Quentin Tarantino’s Kill Bill and Luc Besson’s La Femme Nikita. Released in cinemas nationwide 15 September, this advance screening offers an early look at a film that’s been much talked about since its Cannes debut earlier this year.

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Korean Film Nights 2017

Patchworks: Unwrapping My Korean Cinema

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Korean Film Nights continues...

Patchworks: Unwrapping My Korean Cinema is the final season of 2017’s Korean Film Nights. The title is a play on Kim hong-joon’s My Korean Cinema (2002–2006), an 8-episode essay film that explored the director’s relationship with the history of Korean cinema.

With each of the 8 episodes tackling a separate facet of the history of Korean cinema, our programme will focus on two episodes within the film: Smoking Women & For the March of Fools. Our programme of six Thursday night screenings will then be further separated into two mini-strands of three nights each. These two mini-strands will be comprised of five features and a short film programme in which My Korean Cinema will be cinematically ‘unwrapped’.

All screenings take place at the Korean Cultural Centre UK and are free to attend (booking required)

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Next Up...

La Vie en Rose feels like a Tarantino movie set in a comic book shop. It’s a film that works over many genres, ranging from martial arts to vengeance, from coming-of-age to finding your place in life. Clerks (Kevin Smith: 1994) meets High fidelity (Stephen Frears: 2000) as Seoul’s youth try to create and protect the place and the community they’ve come to love.

Free admission

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Whats on?

Upcoming events

24 Aug 17

La Vie En Rose
7:00 pm, Birkbeck Cinema

11 Sep 17

The Villainess
7:30 pm, Regent Street Cinema

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