Terracotta Far East Film Festival hits London!

Attention London movie buffs: Terracotta Far East Film Festival starts today!

The grand opener is Kang Je-Kyu’s war epic My Way, which is being shown at the Prince Charles Cinema this evening. Check out the trailer below, and get excited!

Other South Korean films to be screened are Kim Ki-Duk’s Arirang, Jeong Yong-Ki’s Couples and Lee Seok-Hoon’s Dancing Queen. As if that wasn’t enough, there are also an array of not-to-be-missed movies from Japan, China, Burma and Taiwan on the bill. Here’s the full schedule:

The Korean Breakfast Club Double Bill and Terror Cotta Horror Movie Marathon look to be highlights of the fest. Brace yourselves for a diverse showcase of modern Asian cinema, grab your tickets and enjoy the ride!

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One Response to Terracotta Far East Film Festival hits London!

  1. kimchisoul says:

    Have just found out that a Korean short (Metamorphoses) will also be shown at tonight’s (Friday 13th’s) Terror Cotta Horror Movie Marathon – very excited!
    http://www.hangulcelluloid.com/metamorphoses.html

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