04 June 2019
Thank you for your interest in the post of Marketing Co-ordinator for the London Korean Film Festival 2019.
Please read the following job description and candidate specification carefully, telling us in your cover letter what brought you to apply for this role, and with what kind of professional skills you can contribute to the successful promotion of the film festival.
Please submit your application (cover letter and CV) via email. Your cover letter should outline why you are interested in the role, as well as the skills and experience which you would utilise in the day-to-day promotion of the festival. The closing date for applications is 30 June 2019
Once applications have been processed, selected candidates will be invited to attend an interview on either 8 or 9 July 2019.
For further information on the role please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to receiving your application.
(1) Terms and Conditions
• Employer: Korean Cultural Centre UK
• Salary: £ 22,880 – £ 27,040 per annum pro rata (fixed) / dependent on experience
• Term: 5 months (Mid-July – Mid-December 2019*). The position is offered on a temporary basis, it is a full-time post lasting 5 months, covering the period in preparation, build up, operation and debrief of the 2019 London Korean Film Festival. *Please note that there may be potential for continuation of the role on a part-time basis into the following year.
• Hours: 40 hours per week on average in order to fulfil the scope of responsibilities within the post. This will involve some weekend and evening work, and hours can be flexible to accommodate this
• Notice Period: There is a 2-week probationary period, and if successful the candidate will be confirmed. Upon confirmation, either party will provide 2-weeks’ notice should they wish to terminate the agreement prior to the end of the contract
• Right to work: The successful applicant will be required to provide documentation that proves their right to work in the UK
• References: Offers of employment are subject to the receipt of two references
• Application: To apply for this position, send your CV and cover letter to email@example.com with ‘LKFF2019 Marketing Coordinator’ in the subject line by 30 June 2019
• Interview period: 8 or 9 July 2019
• Start date: 15 July 2019
* Korean Cultural Centre UK is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
(2) Job Description
The Marketing Co-ordinator is a core member of the festival team. The successful applicant will be creative and insightful, showing the ability to present both in-depth promotional content and fresh ideas that link Korean cinema with film culture in the UK.
The post holder will be in charge of planning the promotion of the film festival and assisting in producing & distributing offline material. In addition, the post holder is expected to cooperate with other cultural and educational partners with equal amount of interest and respect.
(3) Responsibilities and Accountabilities
• To support the Festival Producer to develop an overall strategy with regards to print distribution and offline promotion, and to ensure LKFF 2019 attracts large audiences.
• Managing and creating content for online platforms - e.g. the LKFF social media accounts, LKFF website
• To oversee the distribution of LKFF print marketing including ordering, payment and effective distribution of printed materials
• To manage festival volunteers for the distribution of materials and other marketing tasks.
• To identify and consider potential opportunities for cross-promotion and advertising with relevant external partners.
• To collaborate on all areas of marketing for the successful promotion of the festival, offering constructive, creative ideas to help generate ticket sales.
• General marketing and communications support, and any other duties relevant to the post as required by the festival team.
This job description describes the principal purpose and main elements of the job at this time. It is a guide to the nature of the main duties as they currently exist but is not intended to be all-inclusive. The post holder is expected to work flexibly and respond positively to changing business needs.
(4) Personal Specification
• Experience of working in a film festival or similar cultural event in a marketing and/or events role (minimum 2 years)
• Experience in campaign management from planning to reporting
• Experience using a variety of social media platforms for advertising and promotion
• Experience working with six-figure cultural projects to budget and working with multiple external agencies and partners
• Copywriting and proof-reading skills for off-line promotion
• Excellent organisational skills with the ability to prioritise and to manage and meet changing deadlines
• Excellent attention to detail and confidentiality
• Good IT skills including MS Office, skilled in Excel
• A proactive and customer focused approach delivered within a best practice framework
• Demonstrable commitment to the principles of diversity and inclusion and its practical application and integration in the work environment
• Ability to work flexible hours (there is a requirement to work outside contracted hours, including some evenings and weekends)
• Ability to work well as part of the core film festival team and to develop and maintain relationships with external partners.
• Well-organised and effective at prioritising work and managing deadlines under pressure.
• Excellent communication skills, both written and oral.
About the London Korean Film Festival
The London Korean Film Festival completed its 13th edition last year with over 60 exciting screenings of both new and classic films, reflecting the festival’s impressive growth over the last decade. The festival began in 2006, as a basic presentation of feature films from South Korea, and since then the festival has expanded and grown in all aspects – numbers of films, events, venues – to meet wider audiences. With the strong support of UK-based film professionals, each an expert in Korean film/world cinema, the festival will present a selection of films that we deem to represent the best of current Korean cinema: mainstream hits, art house gems, indie initiatives, archival classics, documentaries, short films, artist films and animations to name but a few. Our diverse programme will give audiences the opportunity to consider the wider issues that surround the film industries of both Korea and the UK today.
This year’s 14th London Korean Film Festival will again be a major leap forwards, with an even greater focus on accessibility and openness.
04 June 2019
The Edinburgh International Film Festival will run from 19 - 30 June 2019 and includes two fantastic Korean film screenings in its line-up, the UK Premieres of Unstoppable and Extreme Job.
Unstoppable - UK Premiere
Mon 24 June 20:40 @ Odeon (Lothian Road, Edinburgh)
Wed 26 June 18:00 @ VUE (Omni Centre, Edinburgh)
A mild-mannered fish vendor turns to his violent past when his wife is kidnapped. This tightly paced South Korean action film (which has been favourably compared to Taken) features a larger-then-life performance by the charismatic Ma Dong-seok (billed here as Don Lee) as Dong-chul, a hard-working family man whose wife is kidnapped by sex traffickers. Bad move by them. He was not nicknamed ‘Angry Bull’ as a teenager for no reason and, with the aid of his best pal and a bumbling private detective, nothing will stop him. The action is brilliant, but Unstoppable also has great comedy moments and wonderfully loopy villain. [Rated 15]
Booking & Info: https://www.edfilmfest.org.uk/...
Extreme Job - UK Premiere
Tue 25 June 18:00 @ Odeon (Lothian Road)
Thu 27 June 18:10 @ Odeon (Lothian Road)
This South Korean blockbuster, blending crime drama and comedy, is packed with smart and funny dialogue and a series of action moments. A blundering police narcotics team, led by Captain Ko (Ryu Seung-yong, Kingdom), faces disbandment. In a last-ditch attempt at a bust, they take over a fried-chicken shop directly opposite a possible drug den. Soon, the squad discovers they’re more successful at selling fried chicken than police work. With engaging characters, Extreme Job’s oddball storyline allows for plenty of intense fight scenes to complement the comedy. 
04 June 2019
Unfortunately, due to circumstances beyond our control, the June Teaser Screening of Svaha: The Sixth Finger has been cancelled.
We will be announcing our next exciting Teaser Screening very soon.
29 May 2019
Aperture: Asia & Pacific Film Festival is embarking on its second year with a continued commitment to presenting some of the boldest, most daring and striking films from the Asian and Pacific regions.
We've collaborated with Aperture to present a screening of Winter's Night director Jang Woo-jin's acclaimed festival favourite Autumn, Autumn, full details and booking can be found below.
Date: Tues 11 June, 6:30pm
Location: Lexi Cinema
Director: Jang Woo-jin
South Korea 2016, Korean + English subtitles, 78 mins, UK Premiere
Jihyun has an interview in Seoul before taking a train home, sitting next to a middle-aged couple. After failing his interview, Jihyun drowns his sorrows and narrowly escapes a dangerous situation thanks to a friend. They head to a temple, but he misses the last ride home. The middle-aged couple also head to the temple, opening up to each other as they recall memories of their first loves. The night passes like a dream before they head back to Seoul…
Booking & Info: http://www.day-for-night.org/a...
Full details of the festival: www.day-for-night.org/aperture
09 May 2019
We recently programmed a season of films entitled, Early Korean Cinema: Lost Films from the Japanese Colonial Period.
Whether you attended one of these screenings or not, we would very much like to hear your thoughts and opinions on watching classic Korean cinema.
As a special thank you for taking the time out to complete this survey we have two fantastic prizes to give away:
1. A special edition Korean Film Archive Blu-ray of 1980 Lee Chang-ho classic A Fine, Windy Day
2. A pair of tickets to our LKFF Teaser Screening, Default, on Monday 20th May
Winners will be drawn at random and notified via email on 16th May.*
*Winners have been contacted and the draw is now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part.
05 March 2019
After a sold-out opening night at BFI Southbank our Early Korean Cinema season ran throughout February in London with events taking place at the BFI and KCCUK. This fascinating season of cinema will continue with further screenings happening around the UK at Broadway Cinema Nottingham, Glasgow Film Theatre, Showroom Cinema Sheffield and Queen's Film Theatre Belfast.
Information and booking links for these screenings can be found below:
Broadway Cinema, Nottingham
TUITION - 3 March
Info and booking: https://www.broadway.org.uk/wh...
Glasgow Film Theatre
TUITION – 26 March
Info and booking: https://glasgowfilm.org/shows/...
HURRAH! FOR FREEDOM – 28 March
Info and booking: https://glasgowfilm.org/shows/...
Showroom Cinema Sheffield
TUITION – 31 March
Info and booking: https://www.showroomworkstatio...
Queen’s Film Theatre, Belfast
HURRAH! FOR FREEDOM – 7 April
Info and booking: Coming Soon
15 February 2019
MUBI is proud to celebrate the work of the prolific South Korean writer/director with six of his films, never before distributed in the UK, all filled with Hong's signature themes of art, travel, and romantic entanglements. Scanning the last six years of his career, from his 2013 subdued tale of familial separation Nobody’s Daughter Haewon to the 2017 delightfully melancholic The Day After, the season will also include the Golden Leopard winner Right Now, Wrong Then (2015), Yourself and Yours (2016), On The Beach at Night Alone (2017) and the fictionalised snapshot of the Cannes Film Festival Claire’s Camera (2017), starring Isabelle Huppert.
Sign up to MUBI to watch the entire season here.
05 February 2019
WINNER OF THE CANNES 2018 FIPRESCI INTERNATIONAL CRITICS’ PRIZE
Adapted from a short story by Haruki Murakami, Lee Chang-Dong’s BURNING follows the story of deliveryman Jongsu (Ah-In Yoo), who is out on a job when he runs into Haemi (Jong-Seo Jun), a girl who once lived in his neighbourhood. Friendly and flirtatious, she asks if he can look after her cat while she’s away on a trip to Africa, and he happily obliges.
On her return, she asks Jongsu to meet her at the airport- and promptly introduces him to Ben
(Steven Yeun) - an enigmatic young man she met during her trip. As the group spend more
time together, Jongsu slowly gets to know the inscrutable visitor – until one day, Ben tells him
about his most unusual hobby...
Lee Chang-dong's sublime mystery thriller can be seen in cinemas across the UK now.
Find a screening here: https://bit.ly/2FYMxpD
14 January 2019
Early Korean Cinema: Lost Films From the Japanese Colonial Period
Tickets are now available for the Early Korean Cinema events taking place at the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK). All KCCUK events are free to attend (booking is required).
Angels on the Street + The Power of Sincerity + Q&A
Tuesday 12 February, 7pm
Angels on the Street follows the story of Myeong-ja and Yong-pil, two young siblings living on the streets of Seoul. Their lives are hard, and tragedy looks imminent but help is at hand in the form of kindly Priest Bang Soo-bin and his generous brother-in-law, Dr Ahn.
Straits of Chosun
Tuesday 19 February, 7pm
Straits of Chosun follows the lives of a young couple who are divided by both war and family. Seiki and Kinshuko may be in love but Seiki’s upper class family have rejected his lower-class wife and refuse acknowledge the marriage. When Seiki’s elder brother dies at war he feels honour bound to volunteer for the army in his stead. Left pregnant and alone, Kinshuko decides to also work for the war effort.
Dear Soldier + Chosun, Our Rear Base
Monday 25 February, 7pm
Dear Soldier is probably one of the most uncomfortable film to have survived from this period. One of a series of propaganda film designed to encourage young Korean men to join the army, the film presents an image of a benevolent and paternalistic Japan seeking to care for its colonial subjects. The film presents an idealised vision of the Japanese military experience which was, in reality, marked with abuse, brutality and racism.
09 May 2017
코디네이터 모집 공고
2017년 12회를 맞는 는 주영한국문화원이 영화진흥위원회의 지원을 받아 매년 가을에 개최하는 문화 축제입니다. 2016년에는 총 10개 부문에서 62편의 작품을 선보이며 유럽 내 최대 규모의 한국 영화제로 자리 잡았습니다. 올해도 영화제 기획단계 부터 세부적인 준비와 진행을 원활하게 진행하기 위하여 아래와 같이 코디네이터를 모집합니다.
ㅇ 프로그램 관련
- 상영작 초청, 일정 및 상영조건 조율, 진행상황 관리
- 전체 프로그램 정보 취합 및 교정
- 상영작 확정 후 영화제 홍보물 제작에 필요한 작품별 선재물 확보, 관리
- 극장 상영 스케줄 조율 업무 보조
- 프로그램 론칭 기자회견 준비 및 진행 보조
- 국문 보도자료 작성 협조
- 작품 별 관련 자료 리서치 및 프로그램 북 제작 준비
ㅇ 초청 관련
- 게스트 초청 관련 섭외, 일정/조건 조율 업무 협조
- 국내/현지 게스트 초청 진행 상황표 관리
- 개막 리셉션, 마스터클래스, 포럼 등 주요 부대행사 기획 및 진행
- 상영관 운영 협조
※ 이 외 영화제 진행에 필요한 서류 작업 및 행사 보조
ㅇ영국 체류 자격에 문제가 없는 자 (관광비자 등 일을 할 수 없는 비자 제외)
ㅇ영어 및 한국어에 모두 능통한 자
ㅇ 관련 분야 경력자 우대 (최소 2년 이상 경력 필요)
ㅇ 포토샵 및 인디자인 등 디자인 프로그램 사용 가능자 우대
ㅇ 이력서 (국, 영문)
ㅇ 자기소개서 (국, 영문)
ㅇ 신분증 사본 (여권사본 및 비자사본)
ㅇ 서류전형 ￫ 면접전형 ￫ 최종합격
5. 근무기간 및 시간
ㅇ 기간: 2017년 7월 – 12월 중순 (약 24주, 수습기간 2주 포함)
ㅇ 주 5일 / 09:00 - 18:00 (1일 8시간 / 점심시간 1시간 제외)
※ 행사 일정에 따라 필요시 야간 및 주말 근무 (초과근무수당 등 지급)
ㅇ 월 £1,733 ~ £2,080 (문화원 규정 및 지원자 경력에 따라 책정)
ㅇ 이메일 지원 (firstname.lastname@example.org)
7. 서류 접수기한
ㅇ 2017년 6월 4일(일) 24:00 (GMT 기준)
8. 기타 참고사항
ㅇ 서류 심사 통과자에 한해 개별 면접을 실시
ㅇ 서류 통과 여부, 구체 면접 일정, 최종합격여부는 해당자에게 개별 통보
ㅇ 기재내용이 사실과 다른 경우 채용을 취소할 수 있음
Korean Cultural Centre UK
10 April 2017
Time Change: MISSING, Arts Picturehouse Cambridge
30 January 2017
서류 마감: 2017년 2월 5일(일)
07 April 2016
업무내용: 런던한국영화제 준비, 문화원 정례 상영 및 순회 프로그램 업무 등 주영한국문화원이주최하는 영국 내 다양한 한국영화 관련 사업 실무 체험
지원 서류 마감: 2016년 4월 17일(일)
지원자격: 영국에서 체류 및 근무가 가능한 자, 영어 및 한국어 의사소통이 가능한 자
- 국영문 이력서 및 자기소개서, 여권 및 비자 사본을 아래 메일로 제출 email@example.com
- 업무가능 기간 및 비자상태 명시
- 이메일 제목에 <영화사업 인턴 지원> 명시
인터뷰: 서류심사 합격자에 한해 4월 20일 - 21일 예정
영화를 통해 한국문화를 영국 내에 더욱 폭넓게 소개하는에 열정과 관심이 있는 사람들의 참여를 기대합니다.