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North Korean Human Rights Film Festival

North Korean Human      Rights Film Festival

Yong-soo lives in a small coal-mine village in North Korea with his wife and young son. Although living in extreme poverty, the family is happy just to be with each other. Then one day, Yong-soo’s pregnant wife becomes critically ill. Let alone medicine, Yong-soo can’t even find food for her in North Korea. So he […]

London Korean Film Night: Dance of Time (2009)

London Korean Film Night: Dance of Time (2009)

Back in 1905, just before the onset of the Japanese military occupation over Joseon (present day Korea) about 300 people fled to Cuba via Mexico. With hopes of returning home wealthy one-day, they worked tenaciously. They established their own Korean schools and sent money back to finance the independence movement against Japan and even eventually […]

TERRACOTTA FESTIVAL 2012: European premiere of Inseparable

TERRACOTTA FESTIVAL 2012: European premiere of Inseparable

Film: INSEPARABLE (Xing Ying Bu Li) Date: Sunday 15 April 2012 (doors open 16:20) Director: Dayyan Eng Cast: Daniel Wu (The Banquet, Shuinjuku Incident), Kevin Spacey (American Beauty, The Usual Suspect), Beibi Gong Venue: Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place, London WC2H 7BY Box Office: Tel: +44 (0)20 7494 3654 Terracotta Festival will to hold […]

TERRACOTTA FESTIVAL 2012

Date: Thursday 12 – Sunday 15 April Venue: Venue: Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place, London WC2H 7BY Cost: £8.00, £7.00 (concessions), £6.50 (Members) Website: www.terracottafestival.com Booking: http://terracottafestival.com/tickets The 4th annual Terracotta Far East Film Festival is set to run April 12th -15th and will once again be hosted by Prince Charles Cinema in the […]

London Korean Film Night: Feathers in the Wind (2005)

London Korean Film Night: Feathers in the Wind (2005)

Hyeon-seong is a film director struggling to write a new screenplay, he decides to return to a remote southern island he stayed on 10 years earlier in order to fulfil a promise he made with his girlfriend at the time. As he waits on the secluded island to see if the promise will also be […]

London Korean Film Night: Flower Island (2001)

London Korean Film Night: Flower Island (2001)

On a winter day, three women with three different stories of anguish encounter each other on a road. The brutal city has expelled them, leaving them with nothing but bitterness. Oknam and Hye-na board the same bus by chance, and they rescue Yoo-jin from her attempted suicide on a snowy mountain. Having no place to […]

London Korean Film Night: Meet Mr. Daddy

London Korean Film Night: Meet Mr. Daddy

On 29th March 2012, 6:30pm at Apollo Piccadilly, director Park will attend the screening of ‘Meet Mr. Daddy’ as well as a Q+A with the audience hosted by Dr. Mark Morris after the screening. Park Kwang-su was a leading figure in the emergence of the new, politically charged, aesthetically daring Korean cinema of the 1990s. […]

Films at the Embassy of Japan: Bloom in the Moonlight

Films at the Embassy of Japan: Bloom in the Moonlight

Set in the Meiji era, the late 19th century, a film about the life of Rentaro Taki, who lived during the early stages of the development of Western music in Japan. Best known for the songs ‘Kojo no tsuki’ and ‘Hana’, he is one of the most prominent composers in Japan. A talented young pianist, […]

London United Korean Fan Club

London United Japanese Fan Club