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Sunday, 13 November 2016

Korean Film Festival In Pune 2016

National Film Archive of India (NFAI) had brought us yet another package of Korean Movies!

NFAI in association with the Korean Consulate in Mumbai, Korea Foundation, Korean Association Pune had organized a 3-day ‘Korean Film Festival in Pune’.

NFAI Pune Entrance

Korean cinema has tried to portray different themes and has gained critical acclaim in major international film festivals. The festival have showcase some of these critically acclaimed and commercially successful movies.

The festival was formally declared open by Honorable Mr Soung-eun Kim, Consul General (Consulate General of the Republic of Korea in Mumbai). Day 1 of the festival saw a full house of children from the Indus International School for the screening of 'How to Steal a Dog' (2014).

The second screening of the day was 'My Love My Bride' (2014) at 7 pm in the Main Auditorium of NFAI, Law college road premises.
There were many Korean Students residing in Pune who visited the film festival.
I was not able to Visit on the last of the festival but anyways 2 days were entertaining & will cherishes it until the next film festival.


10th &11th November: Prabhat Road & Law College Road, Main Auditorium, NFAI.
10th 4:30pm (U) : How To Steal A Dog
10th 7:00pm (U/A) : My Love My Bride
11th 4:30pm (U/A) : Jeon Woo Chi
11th 7:00pm (U/A) : A Hard Day

12th November: Near Doordarshan Kendra, Kothrud, PhaseⅡ Auditorium, NFAI. 
11:00am (U/A) : Scandal Makers
1:30pm (U/A) : No Breathing
4:00pm (U) : A Long Visit
6:30pm (U/A) : Secret Union

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