Christopher BourneThe Korean American Film Festival New York (KAFFNY) always includes an impressively eclectic collection of features and shorts, and this year’s 7th edition is no exception. However, for the first time, the festival is organized around one specific subject: the Korean War and its impact on Koreans both in Korea and the U.S.
This year [...]
KOREAN AMERICAN FILM FESTIVAL LOS ANGELES AUGUST 4, 2012BY: ED MOY
The Korean American Film Festival Los Angeles (KAFFLA) has announced the inaugural program for its first annual film festival conceived in partnership with Korean American Film Festival New York (KAFFNY).
KAFFLA is a newly formed affiliate organization of KAFFNY, the first and only festival [...]
23 July, 2012 | By Elnaz Toussi
Jinoh Park’s Should’ve Kissed will open the Los Angeles event, which has announced the inauguration of its programme in collaboration with its New York branch.
KAFFLA will showcase four feature-length narrative and documentary films along with 13 short films. A centrepiece programme will celebrate the 20th anniversary of the LA Riots with [...]
Festival spent six years in Gotham by Eddie Kim After six years in Gotham, the Korean American Film Festival is branching out to Los Angeles with its inaugural fest set to unspool Aug. 9-11 at the Korean Cultural Center on the Miracle Mile.
A newly formed affiliate of the Korean American Film Festival New York, the noncompetitive Los [...]
Korean American Film Festival New York (6/5-6/10) at Anthology Film Archives
By Nelson Kim
The 6th annual Korean American Film Festival begins today, bringing a selection of narrative features, docs, and shorts to Anthology Film Archives (with the exception of GIRL WALK//ALL DAY, which screens at the White Box on Broome Street).
The program includes two feature debuts [...]