Just weeks after its most successful annual film festival to date, the San Diego Asian Film Foundation (SDAFF) is
prepared to launch the Korean Cinema Showcase, a week of films from South Korea, November 7 – 13, at the Hazard Center Madstone Theaters in Mission Valley. The Showcase is co-presented by the Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles.

This showcase includes:
“MUSA”: action-adventure with Korean envoys rescuing a Ming princess in 14th-Century China. Shows at 12 noon (except Friday the 7th) and 6 pm, Friday through Sunday, November 7 – 9.

“LIBERA ME”: action-thriller with firefighters battling a serial arsonist. Shows at 3:15 (except Friday the 7th) and 9:30 pm, Friday – Sunday,
November 7 – 9.

“ART MUSEUM BY THE ZOO”: a contemporary romantic comedy. Shows at 5:15 pm, Monday through Friday, November 10 – 13.

“A DAY”: a romantic drama about a couple trying to survive life’s disappointments. Shows at 2:45 and 7:30 pm, Monday and Tuesday, November
10 and 11.

“BUTTERFLY”: futuristic meditation about environmental threats and civil unrest. Shows at 2:45 and 7:30 pm, Thursday and Friday, November 12 and 13.

“THE ISLE”:: shocking art-house drama about sexual manipulation set in bucolic countryside. Shows at 10 pm, Monday through Friday, November 10 – 13.
For more info, visit the San Diego Film Foundation website.

Posted on October 31, 2003 in News by

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