The 12th London Korean Film Festival Has Ended!
The London Korean Film Festival has closed its doors for another year.
We'd like to give a huge 'Thank You' to everyone who attended the fantastic screenings and events we had on offer in 2017. The festival proved a huge success, with audiences delighted at the chance to see a diverse spectrum of Korean cinema from across a variety of decades & genres. This year the festival hosted over 60 films and brought a number of high-profile filmmakers, including both seasoned veterans and acclaimed up-and-comers, and world-renowned film critics to the UK. Festival-goers were given the opportunity to engage directly with these guests at a wide range of Q&As, Masterclasses, 'In Conversation' events and more.
You can see images from all this year's events here.
Thank you for your support and please join us in the new year when we return with more Korean Cinema.
The London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) ran from 26 October – 19 November 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.
For more information on upcoming film events be sure to follow us across social media for all festival announcments: