The London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) announces a very special series of free entry films and events on 11-12 & 18-19 August 2018 showcasing exemplary pieces of independent documentary filmmaking from Korea. Based around themes of social justice and political resistance, this unique documentary programme will see acclaimed directors Kim Dong Won and Song Yun-hyeok present their films across two weekends, joined by noted critic Nam In Young for a selection of free screenings, panel discussions, and in-depth conversations.
The LKFF are delighted to bring Kim Dong Won to the UK to present a selection of his works from the past four decades along with films by two young filmmakers actively involved in documentary film collectives, Park Bae-il and Song Yun-hyeok.
The Sanggyedong Olympics (Kim Dong Won, 1988 / 27min)
The Six Day Fight in Myeong-Dong Cathedral (Kim Dong Won, 1997 / 74min)
Repatriation (Kim Dong Won, 2003 / 148min)
Jung Il-woo, My Friend (Kim Dong Won, 2017 / 85min)
A Slice Room (Song Yun-hyeok, 2016 / 69min)
Sosongri (Park Bae-il, 2017 / 87min)
All screenings and events are free to attend and some have food and drinks (note: pre-booking is essential):
Tickets Available now: http://koreanfilm.co.uk/site/the-2018-festival/documentary-fortnight