(Ciep) “The London Korean Film Festival (LKFF) is delighted to collaborate with the Cambridge Film Festival on this, their 36th edition.
Having selected three fantastic films that truly represent the best of modern Korean cinema, we hope to usher in a long and fruitful partnership, developing an appreciation for Korean films amongst Cambridge audiences for years to come.
The Handmaiden comes courtesy of the country’s most widely known auteur, Park Chan-wook, Yeon Sang-so’s thrill-ride Train to Busan is an exciting, emotive blockbuster, while The Bacchus Lady is provocative and challenging; everything an indie feature should be.
With the 11th LKFF arriving in November (3-27) and playing over 60 films across six cities, we’re delighted to see Cambridge cultivating audiences with an appetite for fresh cinema.” – Hoseong Yong, Director LKFF
The LKFF is organised by the Korean Cultural Centre UK. For more on the LKFF visit koreanfilm.co.uk