The 5th annual Korean American Film Festival
Thursday to Sunday, March 17 to 20, 2011
Chelsea Clearview Cinemas
The association of Korean Cultural Service New York and KAFFNY presents the 5th annual Korean American Film Festival.
Over 40 films to play at KAFFNY 2011, Thursday to Sunday, 3/17-20 at Chelsea Clearview Cinemas and White Box/Big Screen Project, including the first ever Dai Sil Kim-Gibson Retrospective, the first ultra-HD time-lapse film psychohydrography, and a North Korea double feature. Our closing film is the Korea/Japan co-production, The Boat by Young-nam Kim, starring Ha Jung Woo and Satoshi Tsumabuki.
Special Events include: Opening Night - Opening reception + Madame Freedom (Korea, 1956) live rescore with DJ Spooky, Okkyung Lee and Sean Lee + psychohydrography by Peter Bo Rappmund; LA Riots 19 Years Later, discussion with Dai Sil Kim-Gibson, Charles Burnett and Mrs. Jung Hui Lee (main subject in Sa-I-Gu), and KAFFNY Talks.
For more info, please visit http://www.kaffny.com