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Tag Archives: KOFFIA
Festival season is upon us once again, and the fine folks at the Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) are putting on another great show for us starting this Thursday 17 August. This year the festival is popping up in eight Australian cities, starting with Sydney and ending in Hobart & Darwin in late September:
Sydney: 17-26 August
Adelaide: 1-3 September
Perth: 1-3 September
Melbourne: 7-14 September
Brisbane: 8-10 September
Canberra: 15-17 September
Darwin… (read more)
Film festival season is in full swing, with SFF having rolled through Sydney and MIFF up and running right now in Melbourne, but my personal favourite of the more focused festivals has arrived: The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) has released their dates and program for this year, and it looks great!
The festival comes to six cities this year, and the dates are:
- Sydney: Aug 10-18
- Brisbane: Aug 23-29
- Melbourne: Sep 1-8
- Canberra: Sep 3-4
- Adelaide: Sep 15-18
The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) has been one of my favourite festivals over the last few years, and this year is shaping up to be as much fun as ever.
The full program has now been released, along with schedule information for all the cities they’re taking the festivities to, starting in a couple of weeks:
Sydney: Aug 12-20
Brisbane: Aug 25-31
Melbourne: Sep 3-10
Canberra Sep 5-6
Perth: Sep 17-20
Adelaide: … (read more)
In one short week’s time the Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) kicks off this year’s season of films in Sydney on August 13, to be followed by screenings in five other cities this year: Canberra, Brisbane, Perth, Melbourne and Adelaide!
The important dates are:
- Sydney: Aug 13 – Aug 21
- Canberra: Aug 13 – Aug 14
- Brisbane: Aug 27 – Sep 2
- Perth: Sep 3 – Sep 6
- Melbourne: Sep 9 – Sep 16
As we foretold a few weeks ago, the Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) is coming in just a few short weeks to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne. They’ve now released their full program, crammed full of Korean film from across the genre spectrum!
Here’s the trailer for this year’s event:
The key dates are:
Brisbane: Aug 14-18, at Event Cinemas Myer Centre.
Sydney: Aug 21-29, at Event Cinemas George Street.
Melbourne: Sep 5-11, at ACMI in Federation … (read more)
With their newsletter drop the other day (you can subscribe on their site), the Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) announced the dates and their new look for this year’s festival.
This year, they’re screening in three cities:
- Brisbane, from Aug 14-18, at Event Cinemas Myer Centre;
- Sydney, from Aug 21-29, at Event Cinemas George Street;
- Melbourne, from Sep 5-11, at ACMI in Federation Square.
We’ll have more coverage when the full program is announced, but … (read more)
The wait is over, and the hardworking folks at KOFFIA have released their festival lineup for this year. Twenty new feature films, three modern classics and a bunch of short films in three cities this time: Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
There’s a great rundown of what’s on offer on their site — of particular interest is the Aussie premiere of Korea’s box office winner for 2011, War of the Arrows, which opens the festival, and the pile of other … (read more)
(Update: … and I’m all out. Thanks to those who wrote in!)
Heads up, readers in Sydney and Melbourne!
I’ve got three double passes to give away to any screening you like (except for the opening and closing night galas) at this year’s Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA 2011), courtesy of the festival organisers. Feast your eyes on their program full of recent Korean cinema, choose what you’d like to see, then come back and use our … (read more)