A quick, slight but IMPORTANT change to the London Korean Film Festival 2014’s lineup.
In particular, this relates to actor, Jung Woo-sung… but DON’T WORRY, he’s still COMING!
This news first surfaced a few hours ago on the Korean Cultural Centre UK’s official website, under their ‘Notice & Information’ section:
“London Korean Film Festival 2014 – Notice for K-Focus Actor Jung Woo-sung strand programme change.
We are excited to host K-FOCUS: ACTOR JUNG WOO-SUNG and welcome him in London. Within this strand, there have been some changes with the programme and screening schedule.
The originally planned screening of The Divine Move + The Killer Behind, the Old Man + Q&A with Jung Woo-sung on 15 Nov (12:40pm) has been replaced with the screening of Haemoo (1pm). And, we can no longer screen The Divine Move due to an unforeseen complication with its distribution company. Apologies for this change.
We are still showing The Killer Behind, the Old Man (directed by Jung Woo-sung) with Cold Eyes on 14 November at 7pm, which will be followed by Q&A with Jung Woo-sung.
Hope many of you can come enjoy remained films with and by Jung Woo-sung!
Click the link below for tickets!!
THIS CHANGE, THEREFORE HAS NOW BEEN IMPLEMENTED BY @MiniMiniMovies AND THE ALTERATION IS INCLUDED IN “THE PROGRAMME” SECTION BELOW.
Back on with the show, and original yet doctored article!
네 Ne (‘Yes’)…
It’s been announced…
Further to MMM’s article – LONDON KOREAN FILM FESTIVAL 2014 – The London Korean Film Festival guys (in conjunction with the KCCUK) have provided detail of the Programme for 2014’s delights.
Similar to recent years, there are features, guests, Q & A’s, talks, shorts and who knows what may still be announced. Not only this, and as per last year there are even FREE screenings and talks at the Korean Cultural Centre, London itself.
I can wholeheartedly say – and having even witnessed one or two of these already – that there are some belters of films here, both new and old.
Without further ado, here is the information taken from the KCCUK themselves, along with a special colour-coded MiniMiniMovie–VENUE-finder – it may make things easier to identify, it may not.
“The 9th London Korean Film Festival programme (6th – 21st November 2014)
We are pleased to announce the 9th London Korean Film Festival programme.
For the Opening Gala, we present on Thursday, 6th November at Odeon West End. Directed by Yoon Jongbin of , with his intention of making an action blockbuster that makes your hear reacts first. This film portraits a Robin Hood-like righteous outlaw called ‘Kundo’ going after corrupt officials of Joseon dynasty. At the Opening Gala, we will be joined by Director Yoon and Actor Gang Dong Won, who played the main role as a cold-blooded yet a sympathetic villain, Jo Yoon.
For our Closing Gala, we present , the 102nd film by Im Kwon-taek on Saturday, 15th November at Odeon West End. This film, according to Director IM, is a adaptation of a novel by Korean author Kim Hoon and through this film he wanted to step further as it contemplates the fundamental questions of life, death and sexuality. Especially, Director Im wanted to reveal the pain and love embedded in one’s heart through. And ultimately feel ‘we all live like that’. This film starrs by Actor Ahn Sungki, a Korea’s Most Beloved Actor through ‘meticulously calculated performances, detailed preparation and the confidence to continuously reinvent himself through roles’. Actor Ahn will be joined at the Closing Gala Premiere of and talks with UK audience.
Please check out many more of exciting titles on www.koreanfilm.co.uk.
We truly look forward to seeing you all at the London Korean Film Festival 2014. “
BLUE = Odeon West End / TURQUOISE = Odeon Kingston / PURPLE = Odeon Covent Garden / RED = Korean Cultural Centre UK
Outside of London; Online
PEA GREEN = Norwich Cinema City / DARK GREEN = Hebden Bridge Picture House / BRIGHT GREEN = Aberystwyth Arts Centre / PINK = (online screening) mubi.com
Thur 6 Nov
7pm Opening Gala: Kundo: Age of the Rampant (군도) + Q & A with director Yoon Jong-bin, actor Gang Dong-won and producer Han Jae-duk Dir. Yoon Jong-bin Odeon West End (Screen 2)
Fri 7 Nov
4pm K-Forum on Film Producing (speakers: Lee Jun-dong & Han Jae-duk; moderator: Nik Powell) Korean Cultural Centre UK
6pm Pieta (피에타) Dir. Kim Ki-duk Odeon West End (Screen 1)
6:30pm Kundo: Age of the Rampant (군도) + Q & A director Yoon Jong-bin , actor Gang Dong-won and producer Han Jae-duk Dir. Yoon Jong-bin Odeon Kingston (Screen 14)
8:20pm A Girl at My Door (도희야) + Q & A with director July Jung, producer Lee Jun-dong and BIFF’s programmer Nam Dong-chul Dir. July Jung Odeon West End (Screen 1)
Sat 8 Nov
1:30pm Hwayi: A Monster Boy (화이) + Q & A with producer Lee Jun-dong Dir. Jang Joon-Hwan Odeon West End (Screen 1)
2pm Hill of Freedom (자유의 언덕) Dir. Hong Sangsoo Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
4pm Han Gong-ju (한공주) + Q & A with BIFF’s programmer Nam Dong-chul Dir. Lee Sujin Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
5pm Poetry (시) + Q & A with producer Lee Jun-dong Dir. Lee Changdong Odeon West End (Screen 1)
7:30pm Alive (산다) Dir. Park Jungbum Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
8pm Obsessed (인간중독) Dir. Kim Dae-woo Odeon Kingston (Screen 10)
8:40pm Man in Love (남자가 사랑할 때) Dir. Han Dong-wook Odeon West End (Screen 1)
Sun 9 Nov
2pm The Target (표적) Dir. Chang Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
2pm A Hard Day (끝까지 간다) Dir. Kim Seong-hun Odeon West End (Screen 1)
4pm Mise-en-scene Shorts 1 (미장센 단편 1) Korean Cultural Centre UK
4:30pm 10 Minutes (10분) + Introduction by BIFF＇s programmer Nam Dong-chul Dir. Lee Seung-yong Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
5pm One on One (일대일) + Introduction by Anton Bitel Dir. Kim Ki-duk Odeon West End (Screen 1)
6:40pm Mise-en-scene Shorts 2 (미장센 단편 2) Korean Cultural Centre UK
7pm Pascha (파스카) Dir. Ahn Seon-kyoung Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
8pm Obsessed (인간중독) Dir. Kim Dae-woo Odeon West End (Screen 1)
9:20pm Mise-en-scene Shorts 3 (미장센 단편 3) Korean Cultural Centre UK
Mon 10 Nov
6:30pm Neighbors (우리 이웃 이야기) Dir. Shin Sojeong, Dir. Son Tae Gyum and Dir. Kim Heejin Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
7pm Moment to Remember (내 머리 속의 지우개) Dir. Lee Jae-han Korean Cultural Centre UK
8:30pm Manshin (만신) + Q & A with director Park Chan-kyong Dir. Park Chan-kyong Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
Tue 11 Nov
2pm The Fake (사이비) Dir. Yeon Sangho Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
6:30pm Bitter, Sweet, Seoul (고진감래) + Q & A with director Park Chan-kyong PARKing CHANce Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
7pm Crocodile (악어) Dir. Kim Ki-duk Korean Cultural Centre UK
8:30pm Under the Sky of Seoul (서울의 지붕밑) + Introduction by Dr. Mark Morris Dir. Lee Hyung-pyo Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
Wed 12 Nov
2pm The Road called Life (메밀 꽃 필 무렵, 운수좋은, 날 그리고 봄봄) Dir. Ahn Jae-hun; Dir. Han Hye-jin Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
6:30pm In Conversation with Park Chan-kyong Korean Cultural Centre UK
6:30pm The King of Jokgu (족구왕) Dir. Woo Moon-gi Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
8pm The Warrior (무사) Dir. Kim Sung-su Korean Cultural Centre UK
8:30pm Night Flight (야간 비행) Dir. Leesong Hee-il Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
Thur 13 Nov
6:30pm I am Not a Hairdresser (난 미용사가 아니야); There is no Forest (무림); Faces (얼굴들); Deaf and Wind (귀머거리와 바람); Dir. Lee Hyung-suk; Dir. Kim Na-kyung; Dir. Kim Minjun; Dir. Hwang Kyu-il Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
6:30pm Haemoo (해무) Dir. Shim Sung-bo Odeon West End (Screen 1)
6:30pm Donghae & Eunhyuk (Super Junior) Concert + The Youth (레디 액션 청춘) + Q & A with Super Junior (Donghae) Dir. Kim Jin-moo; Dir. Park Ga-hee; Dir. Ju Seong-su; Dir. Jeong Won-sik Odeon West End (Screen 2)
8pm Gyeongju (경주) Dir. Zhang Lu Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
9:20pm Man on High heels (하이힐) Dir. Jang Jin Odeon West End (Screen 1)
Fri 14 Nov
6:30pm Moebius (뫼비우스) Dir. Kim Ki-duk Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
7:00pm Cold Eyes (감시자들) The Killer Behind, the Old Man (킬러앞에 노인) + Q & A with actor Jung Woo-sung Dir. Jo Ui-seok; Dir. Kim Byung-seo; Dir. Jung Woo-sung Odeon West End (Screen 1)
8:30pm The Dinner (만찬) Dir. Kim Dong-hyun Odeon Covent Garden (Screen 2)
Sat 15 Nov
1.00pm Haemoo (해무) Dir. Shim Sung-bo Odeon West End (Screen 1)
7:00pm Closing Gala: Revivre (화장) + Q & A with actor Ahn Sungki Dir. Im Kwontaek Odeon West End (Screen 2)
Sun 16 Nov
5:30pm Hill of Freedom (자유의 언덕) Dir. Hong Sangsoo Norwich Cinema City
Mon 17 Nov
8:30pm Han Gong-ju (한공주) Dir. Lee Sujin Norwich Cinema City
Tue 18 Nov
7pm Poetry (시) Dir. Lee Changdong Hebden Bridge Picture House
Wed 19 Nov
7pm A Girl at my Door (도희야) Dir. July Jung Hebden Bridge Picture House
Thur 20 Nov
5:30pm Manshin (만신) Dir. Park Chan-kyong Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Fri 21 Nov
8:15pm Revivre (화장) Dir. Im Kwontaek Aberystwyth Arts Centre
Mon 10 Nov to Tue 9 Dec
The Housemaid (하녀) Dir. Kim Ki-young mubi.com
See You Later, L’asia or That’s all, Filks*!
What? Have I forgotten something?
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* Filks. A combination of Film and Folks.