The American Cinematheque and the Los Angeles Korean
International Film Festival presents THE LOS ANGELES KOREAN INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL at the Egyptian Theatre, September 16 – 18.
Director Cheol-su Park presents his controversial new film NOKSAEK UIJA (GREEN CHAIR) in person. Other highlights include the Los Angeles Premiere of CONVENTIONEERS which explores the bitter love affair between a Republican delegate and a Democrat protesting the RNC during the 2004 Republican National Convention; THE GRACE LEE PROJECT, a personal essay on Asian stereotypes in America as seen
through the lives of several women all named Grace Lee; plus a short film program. LA-KIFF emphasizes individual creativity, cultural exchange and global communication during its multi-part Festival events.
For more info, visit the Los Angeles Korean International Film Festival website.
Posted on September 6, 2005 in Festivals by Film Threat Staff
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