LKFF2018 Documentary Fortnight: Another World We Are Making

News category: Film Festival 2018

London Korean Film Festival 2018: Documentary Fortnight



Another World We are Making

The London Korean Film Festival 2018 presents a very special series of screenings and events showcasing exemplary pieces of independent documentary filmmaking from Korea. Based around themes of social justice and political resistance, this unique documentary programme will see acclaimed directors Kim Dong Won and Song Yun-hyeok present their films across two weekends, joined by noted critic Nam In Young for a selection of panel discussions and in-depth conversations.


Programme:

11 Aug SAT / Birkbeck Cinema

11:30am: A Slice Room

+ Conversation with Song Yun-hyeok and Nam In Young


1:30pm: Lunch Break - Korean dishes provided

2:30pm: The Sanggyedong Olympics + The Six Day Fight in Myeongdong Cathedral

+ Conversation with Kim Dong Won and Nam In Young


5pm-6pm: Drinks Reception - A selection of drinks, including Korean Soju, will be served


12 Aug SUN / Birkbeck Cinema

1:30pm: Repatriation

+ Conversation with Kim Dong Won and Chris Berry


4:45pm: Roundtable (Keynes Library)

Participants: Nam In Young, Kim Dong Won and Song Yun-hyeok

Moderator: Chris Berry


6:15pm-7:15pm: Drinks Reception - A selection of drinks, including Korean Soju, will be served


18 Aug SAT / KCC Theatre

3pm: Soseongri

+ Introduction


19 Aug SUN / KCC Theatre

3pm: Jung Il-woo, My Friend

+ Introduction


ATTENDING ‘DOCUMENTARY FORTNIGHT’ EVENTS

All events take place at Birkbeck Cinema (43 Gordon Square, WC1H 0PD) and the Korean Cultural Centre UK (1-3 Strand, WC2N 5BW)

Admission is free, but booking is required for each screening. To reserve your place, see the full list of events here.