Since 2006, the Korean Cultural Centre UK has presented the festival with two simple goals, namely to be the most inclusive festival of national cinema anywhere and to always improve on where we left off. As part of this goal for greater inclusivity, in 2016 the main direction of the festival was tweaked to allow a broader, more diversive range of Korean films to be shown. With special themes exploring different subjects, the popular strands covering everything from box office hits to Korean classics, as well as monthly teaser screenings, the festival has continued to find new audiences for Korean cinema. In 2018, the festival once again worked with critics, academics and visiting programmers on each strand of the festival and partnered with several university film departments as well.
Now in its 14th year, the London Korean Film Festival will return this autumn from 1-24 November...
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