Jae-Ho Chang and Tara Autovino’s Ultimate Christian Wrestling world premieres tonight! Stop being a stuck up city person and learn about other Americans!http://kaffny.com/ultimate-christian-wrestling/
KAFFNY is the first and only film festival in New York City showcasing the diversity of Korean American and Korean diasporic perspectives in film. Since its inception in 2007 at the Anthology Film Archives, KAFFNY has continued to broaden its focus on emerging filmmakers to include international films by Korean and as well as non-Korean filmmakers.
Arri Alexa workshop with DP Eun-ah Lee Sunday June 10th @ 215PM – 3PMKorean American Film Festival New YorkAnthology Film Archives (32 Second Ave @ 2nd St)
Eun-ah Lee shows some footage she has recently shot with the Arri Alexa. The camera will be available on hand for a demonstration, provided by Guy Jaconelli of Video [...]
Doc film at KAFFNY tonight on David Choe, graffiti artist, gambler, and FB legend!
http://kaffny.com/girl-walk/Come to White Box at 329 Broome at 8PM tonight for the NY interactive festival premiere of Girl Walk // All Day!
KAFFNY opens tonight at the Anthology Film Archives! 6-7PM: Opening Reception with Tiger Beer + Korilla (parked in front of the Anthology)Opening Night Double Feature Presentation7PM: Should’ve Kissed by Jinoh Park (Q&A with director Jinoh Park and actress Marina Michelson). 9PM: Magic and Loss co-presented with Japan Society, starring Kiki Sugino, Kim Kkobi [...]
KAFFNY’s closing party will be hosted by Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky on Sunday June 10th, 2012.The party will be held at White Rabbit (145 East Houston Street between Forsyth St and Eldridge St)
Korean American Film Festival New York (Tuesday through June 10) This year’s event focuses on new Korean-American films, as well as cross-cultural Asian independent cinema with screenings of feature films and shorts. The opening night films are Jinoh Park’s debut feature, “Should’ve Kissed,” at 7 p.m., and “Magic and Loss,” at 9 p.m. For a schedule and other [...]
The Korean American Film Festival (kaffny.com)
Now in its sixth year, this annual event kicks off Tuesday with “Should’ve Kissed,” by NYU grad Jinoh Park. At Anthology Film Archives through 6/10.