The London East Asia Film Festival is set to host their first-ever open-air screening this weekend. 

The festival screening will take place at Leicester Square Gardens with the Saturday being dedicated to Korean films. The events are fully accessible to all, and completely free – while ‘other exciting activities and events’ will take place at the same time to keep everyone entertained.

Saturday 27th July will be dedicated to four Korean films in celebration of the 100th anniversary of Korean cinema.

12:00pm
Pororo’s Treasure Island Adventure
뽀로로 극장판 보물섬 대모험 (2019, Korea)

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2:00pm
Cracked Eggs and Noodles
파송송 계란탁 (2005, Korea)

4:00pm
A Barefoot Dream
맨발의 꿈 (2010, Korea)

6:00pm
Stand By Me
덕구 (2018, Korea)

Saturday 28th July is dedicated to four Chinese language films: On Happiness Road (2017), A Lifetime Treaure (2019) with a Q&A session with Director Alber Mak and Bob Lam, Monster Hunt 2 (2018) and In the Mood For Love (2000)

Tickets for LEAFF’s ‘The Host’ event on a Thames river cruise are also on sale now.

 

 

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