Korean Film Festival
17 August 2017 - 23 September 2017
The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) aims to generate an interest in Korean Cinema and raise the understanding of the aesthetics of Korean films. Now in its 6th year the Festival showcases the very best of Hallyuwood, the vibrant cinema emerging from South Korea that is very hot right now on the international arena.
KOFFIA promises to bring you a unique Korean cultural experience with industry forums, gala receptions, cultural activities and so much more! The selection of films ranges from blockbusters to arthouse selections and various genre films (the romantic comedies are especially good) providing audiences with a representative spectrum of what is on offer in Korean cinema. All films are in Korean language with English subtitles.
Sydney 17- 26 August
Perth 1-3 September
Adelaide 1-3 September
Melbourne 7-14 September
Brisbane 8-10 September
Canberra 15-17 September
Darwin 22-23 September
Hobart 22-23 September
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Sydney, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Darwin, Hobart
17 August- 23 September 2017
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