The Nam Center for Korean Studies at the University of Michigan has announced the schedule for the Ann Arbor Korean Independent Film Festival (A2KIFF)! This event will take place October 4-7, 2012. I thought about scheduling separate Meetups for each film, but I realized that members might not like to get that many emails. Therefore if there is a certain film you'd like to see and if you'd like for me to schedule it as a stand alone Meetup in order to find people to attend with you, certainly let me know. I would be happy to do so! Please note that the festival takes place at various locations throughout Ann Arbor. Please check the festival schedule for exact times and locations for each film.
Ann Arbor Korean Independent Film Festival (A2KIFF)
October 4-7, 2012
Film Festival URL: http://www.ii.umich.edu/ncks/eventsprograms/filmfestival
Film Festival Schedule: http://www.ii.umich.edu/ncks/eventsprograms/filmfestival/filmfestivalschedule_ci
The Nam Center and the U-M Screen Arts and Cultures Department, in association with the Museum of Modern Art and The Korea Society, present the Ann Arbor Korean Independent Film Festival 2012 on U-M Central Campus, drawing attendees from U-M, Michigan State, Oakland and Wayne State universities and filmgoers from Michigan, Illinois, Ohio and Indiana. The premiere film, screened in conjunction with The Korea Society’s Korea Days, on October 4 at 7pm, will be Pung-san-gae (Poongsan). The festival will also feature a screening at the Ann Arbor District Library’s Downtown Branch of Leafie, an animated film.
October 4, Thursday
7:00 pm Pungsan (Pung-san-gae) | 2011
October 5, Friday
12:00 pm Talking Architect (Mal-ha-neun gun-chuk-ga) | 2011
7:00 pm Leafie, a Hen into the Wild (Ma-dang-eul na-on am-tak) | 2011
October 6, Saturday
2:00 pm Mirage (Mir-wol-do ga-neun gil) | 2011
5:00 pm Pink (Ping-keu) | 2011
8:00 pm Jesus Hospital (Ming-keu-ko-teu) | 2011
October 7, Sunday
2:00 pm Re-encounter (Hye-hwa,dong) | 2011
5:00 pm The Journal of Musan (Mu-san-il-gi) | 2010.
8:00 pm The King of Pigs (Dwae-ji-ui-wang) | 2011