Korean Film Festival in Australia

KOFFIA is organised by the Korean Cultural Centre, Australia

Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Brisbane [Online] (Oct 29, 2020 – Nov 5, 2020)

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Inseparable Bros

Inseparable Bros

A burgeoning cinematic focus on disability would not be complete without venturing into the funny ...
Parasite

Parasite

Hundreds of films screen every year at the Sydney Film Festival and you can’t always ...
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Watch #Burning on Sunday 9 August, 9:30pm on SBS World Movies πŸŽ₯ https://www.sbs.com.au/movies/article/2018/05/17/burning-fanning-flames-rage
2020 has been a strange year for all of us and one of the many things we've had to put on hold is our love for cinema. For those that have been waiting for news on our end, we are happy to relay that although our 11th festival will be pushed back toward the end of the year, we are planning a physical festival with a full scale program! πŸ™‚ 🎞️ Our team will work hard to ensure that our attendees can relish in the best films Korea has to offer in a safe environment for all. So please stay safe and stay tuned for further updates to come! ⏳️
#λ‚™μ›μ˜λ°€ NIGHT IN PARADISE directed by Park Hoon-jung has been invited to screen out of competition at the Venice International Film Festival πŸ₯³ https://www.labiennale.org/en/cinema/2020/out-competition
ν•œκ΅­μ˜μƒμžλ£Œμ› Korean Film Archive (KOFA) presents a curation of Korean films in commemoration of the 70th anniversary of the Korean War which includes 'A Bouquet of Thirty Million People (μ‚Όμ²œλ§Œμ˜ κ½ƒλ‹€λ°œ, 1951)', one of only two existing films produced during the war. The film was recently discovered and is now unveiled on the KOFA's YouTube channel for the first time. Watch: bit.ly/31iliQT
@koreanfilmfestival team joined the Parasite: Iso Viewing Party | #ParasiteParty last weekend and it was so much fun! 🍿 Check out our Twitter https://twitter.com/KOFFIAFilmFest to see our pick of the best scenes of the film, and we recommend you to try this fun iso-viewing party with friends, too! To re-watch #Parasite, please see https://www.madmanfilms.com.au/parasite.
Can't get enough of Park So-dam (aka Jessica) from Parasite? Park is back on the big screen with FUKUOKA. Screens one night only on 8 April as part of #SpotlightOnAsia at Event Cinemas George Street — http://bit.ly/spotlightasia Hae-hyo (Kwon Hae-hyo, Hotel by the River) and Je-moon (Yoon Je-moon, Mother) were very good friends in university, eventually going their separate ways after a bitter falling out. They haven't heard from each other in 28 years until So-dam (Park So-dam, Parasite) engineers a reunion in a small izakaya in Fukuoka. Things don't make much sense but everything feels right in this charming mumblecore film by Zhang Lu.
The 12th annual A Night of Horror Film Festival rises up at the Dendy Newtown from May 14 to 17, 2020! Showcasing the latest and greatest genre films from Australia and the world: the festival promises an amazing line-up that will transport audiences into blood-drenched nightmares. Whatever your taste in fantastic cinema an incredible joint program has your genre appetite covered. And as the festivals' audiences have come to expect, you'll be able to meet and mingle with an array of Australian and international filmmakers at the fest's Q&A sessions and welcoming after parties. So gear up, strap yourself in, grab your armrests as we count down to the most exciting cinematic experience the universe has to offer! Visit the official website here: http://www.anightofhorror.com
Happy holidays from the #KOFFIA team! Wishing everyone a wonderful holiday season!
TGIF with #koreanmovies this week! @koreanfilmfestival is bringing two drama flicks from our 2019 line-up to Brisbane. Grab your friends and enjoy this FREE screenings on 29 November at @ElizabethPictureTheatre. Book your seats at https://bit.ly/2NyjkTQ.
WOO HOO! Congrats to our winners, Joseph, Hyojin, Caroline and Saaya who were one of the thousands of our patrons who filled out a #KOFFIA audience survey after attending a session this year! They are now proud owners of a brand spanking new Galaxy Tab S5e! HUGE thank you to everyone that provided us with their feedback and we hope next year, this could be YOU!