This year's festival features the lives of Korean women through the eyes of female directors
The London Korean Film Festival 2016 starts on Thursday 3 November and ends on Sunday 27 November.
This year, LKFF is making a special effort to address the under-representation of certain groups in the global film industry by featuring the lives of Korean women through the eyes of female directors. The festival hopes that to showcase fiction features from a feminine point of view.
Amongst the many films the festival will be showing, LKFF will present the first ever film from a South Korean female director, 1955’s The Widow. Directed by Park Nam, the film portrays the hardships faced by women post-war. The festival will go on to show a range of films that date to the present day.
Venues include Picturehouse Central, Regent Street cinema, the British Museum and more.
The festival will undoubtedly be an enlightening event for any film lover and/or Korean culture enthusiast.