New York Korean Film Festival 2007 Schedule and Rundown

The Korean Film Festival is coming to town — well, if you live in New York, anyway. The 7th annual New York Korean Film Festival will run from Tuesday, August 21 to Sunday, September 2, and will include 16 contemporary films from Korea (see the full list of films that will be showing below), 5-film retrospective of master director Im Kwon-taek, Tartan Asia Extreme presents Korean Horror Day – a collection of 7 8 films, courtesy of Tartan Asia, a short film version of the festival, panels, discussions, filmmaker appearances, parties and more Korean cinema than you can shake a stick at.

More information, tickets, and appearances can be found at the NYKFF site here. Meanwhile, below is the scheduled screening times for all the films at the festival:

Tuesday, August 21 — BAM Rose Cinemas
6:00 PM “” The General’s Son (108 min)
9:30 PM “” Chunhyang (120 min )

Wednesday, August 22 — BAM Rose Cinemas
6:30 PM “” Come Come Come Upward (134 min)
9:30 PM “” Festival (103 min )

Thursday, August 23 — CINEMA VILLAGE
4:00 PM “” Herb (114 min)
6:30 PM “” Paradise Murdered (112 min)
8:50 PM — Like a Virgin (116 min)

Opening Party at SOL (9PM — 1AM)

Friday, August 24 — CINEMA VILLAGE
2:30 PM “” Between (98 min)
4:40 PM “” Unstoppable Marriage (115 min )
7:10 PM — 200 Pound Beauty (120 min) — Q & A with KIM YONG-HWA
9:50 PM — A Dirty Carnival (141 min)

Saturday, August 25 — CINEMA VILLAGE
1:40 PM “” Tazza (139 min)
4:30 PM “” You are My Sunshine (121 min)
7:00 PM — King and the Clown (119 min)
9:50 PM — Bloody Ties (115 min)

Sunday, August 26 — CINEMA VILLAGE
1:10 PM “” Our School (134 min)
4:00 PM — Radio Star (115 min)
6:30 PM — Family Ties (113 min)
9:00 PM “” The Old Garden (112 min)

Monday, August 27 — CINEMA VILLAGE (Horror Night)
3:30 PM “” Cello (94 min)
5:30 PM “” Red Shoes (103 min)
7:30 PM — The Ghost (95 min)
9:30 PM — R-Point (106 min)

Tuesday, August 28 — CINEMA VILLAGE (Horror Night)
3:00 PM “” Whispering Corridors (93 min)
5:00 PM “” Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance(120)
7:30 PM — Phone (102 min)
9:30 PM — A Tale of Two Sisters (115 min)

Wednesday, August 29
4:30 PM “” Between (98 min)
6:30 PM “” Once in a Summer (121 min)
9:00 PM “” Unstoppable Marriage (115 min)

Thursday, August 30

4:30 “” SHORT FILMS (83 min)
This Solace Eternal (22’37”)
Under the Honey Chestnut Tree (3’14”)
Dalsoo and Soojin’s Story (24’25”)
Show Me Daddy’s Ultra Power (20′)
Stutter (13′)

6:45 “” SHORT FILMS (71 min)
Red (11′)
The Love of a Boy Who Loved Orange (20′)
Reunion (20′)
An Artistic Present of Metaphysic Butterfly Effect (24’10”)
Cold Air (16′)

8:45 “” SHORT FILMS (70 min)
In Your Eyes (4’28”)
Blackout (12’48”)
Family Picnic (23’30”)
Beef Palace (16′)
J, a Photographer in a Strange Village (14’10”)

Monday, August 27 — IFC Center
6:30 PM — 200 Pound Beauty (120 min) — Q & A with KIM YONG-HWA
9:15 PM — A Dirty Carnival (141 min)

Tuesday, August 28 — IFC Center
6:30 PM — Like a Virgin (116 min)
9:00 PM– Paradise Murdered (112 min)

Friday, August 31 — BAM Rose Cinemas
6:50 PM “” Bloody Ties (117 min)
9:30 PM “” King and the Clown (119 min )

Saturday, September 1– BAM Rose Cinemas
3:00 PM “” 200 Pound Beauty (120 min)
6:00 PM “” A Dirty Carnival (141 min )
9:00 PM — You Are My sunshine (121 min)

Friday, September 2 — BAM Rose Cinemas
3:00 PM “” The Old Garden (112 min )
6:00 PM “” Tazza (High Roller) (139 min)
9:00 PM — Family Ties (113 min)



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