The hard-working folks at the Korean Cultural Office here in Sydney dropped me a line to remind me that they have their 2012 Korean Short Film night scheduled for Thursday evening next week, with free admission for all (though you’ll need to book). It’s a chance to see some local and international talent strut their stuff with a collection films celebrating cultural diversity and Korean heritage.
The five short films screening are:
- Swimming with Chopin (Australia, dir. Andrew Lee)
- KOWI – A Korean Kiwi Story (New Zealand, dir. Mary Jo Tohill)
- A Glaring Night (South Korea, dir. Lee Miji)
- Making Noise in Silence (USA, dir. Mina T. Son)
- Mother Tongue (Australia, Susan Kim Danta)
There’s more information, and a link to the booking page, on the KCO website here.