Sunday, 2 November 2008

An Unmissable Selection of the Best of Korean Cinema Returns to the Barbican

Ticket information
Book online and save up to £2 off every ticket!
Standard: £7.50 online (£9.50 full price)
Barbican Members: £6.50 online (£7.50 full price)
Concessions: £7.50
Screentalk: £11.50 online (£13.50 full price), Barbican Members £10.50 online (£11.50 full price), Concessions £11.50
Animation Day!: all films £5.50 (FFC Members advance discount applies to the Family Film Club screening)
Special Offer!: Book for two films (excluding ScreenTalk and Animation Day!) and each ticket is just £6.00.

An unmissable selection of the best of Korean Cinema both past and present, the London Korean Film Festival,returns to the Barbican this November from Thursday 6 to Wednesday 12. Highlights this year include a special preview of Cannes 2008 hit The Good, the Bad and the Weird and an a exclusive ScreenTalk with director Kim Ji-woon; a timely retrospective of the work of acclaimed director Lee Chang-dong (Secret Sunshine, Peppermint Candy, Oasis, Green Fish); rare screenings of breathtaking classics from the Korean Film Archive UK premieres of brand new Korean feature films and a day of Korean Animation for all ages. The London Korean Film Festival is presented in partnership with the Korean Cultural Centre and the Korea Culture and Content Agency (KOCCA).

For further information contact Laura Bushell, Sarah Harvey
Publicity: 020 7703 2253; ( Hotline: 0845 120 7527)

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