KAFFNY Infinite Cinema 2018

Saturday, October 27, 2018

Wythe Hotel Screening Room
80 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11249

Tickets: $10 - $15 ($7 - $10 Students with ID)
*Special KCCNY 30% Discount! Use code: KOREA30 at checkout


Whether presenting works by documentary filmmaker Dai Sil Kim-Gibson, DJ Spooky’s live musical re-score of the 1956 seminal classic Korean film, “Madame Freedom,” pioneer video art by Nam June Paik, multi-faceted perspectives on the 1992 Los Angeles Riots, or a three-wall gallery projection dance party for a music film set to the entirety of Girl Talk’s definitive mashup album, KAFFNY moves across platforms to bring present the richest exhibition of the hidden intersections of global culture.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit http://www.kaffny.org


SCHEDULE & TIMES

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2018

 

1:00 PM FUTURE OF AMERICA

We start the day with a program of short fiction and documentary films focused on the current state and possible future of America.  After the screening we'll have a panel to discuss the many different stories and points of views.

Films include Frank's Plan by Juhui Kwon, Voyager by Ami Glazer, Eodiya by Jules Suo, Maitre d by John Kim, The Cure by Hadrien Gass, Voice of the Monolith by Bryan Edwards, Liquor Store Babies by So Yun Um

 

3:00 PM INFINITE LOVE (CO-HOSTED WITH WE’RE NOT ALL NINJAS)

What is Love?  These filmmakers tell various types of Love stories in their own vision of the infnite ways that love can be defined and experienced.  After the screening we will have a panel to discuss the films and

Films include Open by Charlotte Sieben, Special Lunch by Michael Kang, Zero One by Nick Neon, Confucius Plaza by Patrick Chen, Yawth by Lida Vartzioti and Dimitris Tsakaleas,   Clique Bait by Anna Mikami 三上杏奈

 

5:00 PM FUTURE IS FEMALE

The Future is Female and these shorts embraces stories centered on the Female perspective. Join us to see these short films and a post film discussion after the screening.

Films include Jinju by Emily Park, Red Dress No Straps by Maryam Mohajer, Back Home by Haruka Motohashi, Shadow by Jae Won Jung, Daayan by Kartika Dubey, Bam Bam Bam by Yann Kerloc'h   

 

7:30 PM INFINITE SEOUL

This will be the official Brooklyn Premiere for our centerpiece feature screening of “Fiction and Other Realities”.  The film tells the story of Bobby, an insecure NYC singer-songwriter, who ditches his roadie duties while on a world tour to explore a land where everyone looks like him, Korea. He befriends Ina, a Korean busker who is facing her own set of personal struggles. They seem to find success as they lean on each other.

The film will be played along with the NY premiere of the short film "Between Us" by Hyojin Park.  This short film was also set in Seoul Korea and it tells the story of love and second chances.

Films include Fiction and other Realities by Bobby Choy & Between Us by Hyojin Park  

 

10:00 PM INFINITE HORROR (CO-HOSTED WITH ALSO-KNOWN-AS)


To wrap up the day, we end the Halloween weekend with a Horror film shot in Korea.  In the suspenseful romantic thriller "Dead Again", a cursed diary tragically connects the fates of two pairs of young lovers. It is a twist-and-turn thriller, with touches of the occult and old-school horror.  The film will be proceed by a psychological suspense short film titled "Banana Bread".

Films include Dead Again by David Silberman & Banana Bread by Foad Faridzadeh



Miro Yoon