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New York Korean Film Festival Gears Up for 11th Edition
Feb 13, 2013
- Writerby Pierce Conran
Eight Films Will Screen at the End of February
The New York Korean Film Festival is gearing up for its 11th edition which will be coming later this month during February 22nd to 24th. Presented by the Korea Society in association with the BAMcinématek, eight features will screen at the BAM Rose Cinema & Cinematek. This year, the festival continues in its aim to showcase Korean cinema’s most successful productions.
Kicking things off will be a showing of KIM Ki-duk’s Golden Lion-winning Pieta on Friday, February 22nd. It will be followed by a presentation of the indie film All Bark No Bite, which premiered last year at the Jeonju International Film Festival. During the rest of the weekend, mainstream hits Dancing Queen, Masquerade, A Werewolf Boy, Architecture 101 and Deranged will be screened, along with HONG Sangsoo’s In Another Country.
The 11th New York Korean Film Festival is sure to present another edition that will further establish it as one of the preeminent showcases of Korean films in North America.