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NYKFF 2010 Film Line Up

 

 
Discussion with Director Roh Gyeong-Tae

Tues, Sept 28
6:30PM

*At The Korea Society

A major emerging talent, and winner of the New Currents award at this year's Pusan International Film Festival, Director Roh Gyeong-Tae will discuss his film Land of Scarecrows. Moderated by director and professor Soopum Sohn.

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Kick Off This Year's New York Korean Film Festival

NEW YORK KOREAN FILM FESTIVAL

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OPENING RECEPTION

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With special remarks by Directors Im Sang-Soo and Boo Ji-Young

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.

23 September 2010, 5-7PM

The Korea Society

Samsung Center for Cultural Exchange

950 Third Ave, 8th Floor

New York, NY

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NYKFF Returns for the Ninth Year

The Housemaid, Directed by Im Sang-soo

The Housemaid, Directed by Im Sang-soo

 

The New York Korean Film Festival (NYKFF) is the foremost North American festival dedicated to showcasing the work of both mainstream and independent Korean cinema. Since its inception in 2001, NYKFF has established its own unique identity as a prestigious event on the world film circuit. Not only does the festival screen contemporary films, it also features panel discussions with directors and other leading figures in the world of Korean cinema.

This year, NYKFF audiences will be able to view some of the best of contemporary Korean cinema from September 22-30 at MoMa and October 1-3 at Bam Rose Cinema. Ranging from action to comedy, sci-fi to horror, to genre-bending altogether, this year's films represent not only Korea's top box-office hits but also some of the industry's most creative and substantial movies to date.

All films will be shown in the original Korean with English subtitles.