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The 13th Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) returns to Sydney this year, with a program of 13 of the finest films from small arthouse films to action packed thrillers. Korean movies rarely have cinema releases in Australia and attending this film festival may be the only chance moviegoers have of watching Korean films on the big […]

Korean Film Festival

This is the festival’s 10th anniversary in Australia which also celebrates 100 years of Korean filmmaking with an excellent program of 22 films. “Korean cinema is steadily rising to be one of the global powerhouses in film. The productions are of high quality with nearly 600 films produced domestically last year,” explained David Park, the […]

Future of Film is at the Festivals

Film festivals don’t just exhibit films. It’s not just about watching a film; it’s about the experience of cinema. When you think of traditional forms of cinema it becomes clear why films aren’t meant to be watched in a lounge room. There is the buzz of a packed theatre, a heightened sense of atmosphere as […]