The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) is back with more films and more locations for its 8th year!
Presented by the Korean Cultural Centre Australia, the film festival will be a showcase of 24 of the latest “Hallyuwood” (Korean wave cinema) films, from blockbusters and arthouse, to rom-com and animation.
There will be 80 screenings across Sydney, Canberra, Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne, Adelaide; and for the very first time, Hobart and Darwin. The program also features three Q&A sessions with special guest Korean filmmakers Zoo-young Lee (A Single Rider), Jae-yong Lee (Bacchus Lady) and Yo-sup Lee (The Queen of Crime).
All films will have English subtitles.
Dates and venues:
Sydney, August 17 – 26: Dendy Cinema Opera Quays
Adelaide, September 1 – 3: Event Cinema GU Film House
Perth, September 1 – 3: Event Cinema Innaloo
Melbourne, September 7 – 14: ACMI
Brisbane, September 8-10: Event Cinema Myer Centre
Canberra, September 15 – 17: HOYTS Woden
Darwin, September 22 – 23: Event Cinema BCC Cinema
Hobart, September 22 – 23: Village Cinema
For more information, you can find KOFFIA’s official website and social media channels here.
Tickets can be booked through both venue websites and the Festival’s official website. Don’t miss out!