London Korean Film Festival 2016 Running Through November
Now in it's 11th year, the London Korean Film Festival 2016 is it's longest running and most expansive to date. Many strands of cinema-making are highlighted including classics, documentaries, indie cinema and a focus on women's lives in Korea by female directors. The Classics Revisited strand brings together three visionary films by the influential and rebellious filmmaker Lee Chang-ho, influenced by the collectivism of the British Free Cinema and French Nouvelle Vague movements. There will also be an actor focus on screen veteran Baek Yoon-sik, one of the most revered actors of the Korean New Wave. A selection of films from the festival will also go on tour across the UK appearing in Glasgow, Belfast, Sheffield, Manchester and Nottingham.
For full details on LKFF 2016 look HERE