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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.… (read more)
Just a quick note for readers in Sydney — as part of their Cinema on the Park series, the Korean Cultural Office have dubbed this month’s programme ‘X-treme Korea’, and they’re showing a bunch of great stuff. Several of these screened at festivals last year, so if you missed out, now’s your chance to catch one for free!
Our friends at the Korean Cultural Office in Sydney (who ran this year’s fantastic KOFFIA festival) are showing their final film tomorrow (Thursday 22nd) evening in this year’s Cinema On The Park programme. It’s open to the public and free, so if you have the evening free, why not go along and check it out?
Sydney readers interested in Korean cinema and able to make it to free screenings on Thursday evenings may be very interested to hear that the KOFFIA team are running a film night at the Korean Cultural Office in Sydney. They’ve actually been doing it for quite a while, with a good mix of films — and who can say no to a free screening of fine cinema?