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More King and the Clown - and more - in New York City

August 12th, 2007 (03:46 pm)

The King and the Clown Fansite (aka The Project That Ate My Life) and the Korea Society of New York are very pleased to announce the 7th Annual New York Korean Film Festival (NYKFF).

This year's festival runs from August 21st to September 2nd and features 20+ great current and classic films. It also includes an opening night party, Korean Horror Day (sponsored by Tartan Asian Extreme), an Im Kwon-Taek retrospective, a shorts mini-festival, and a Q&A with Kim Yong-hwa, director of 200 Pound Beauty... not to mention two showings of King and the Clown.

The New York Korean Film Festival (NYKFF) is the premiere venue for Korean cinema in the United States, and the event through which dozens of Korean blockbusters have made their North American premieres. Organized by The Korea Society, this year's Festival is proudly sponsored by Korean telecommunications company Helio and the Korean Film Council.

For more information and a schedule, please see the KatC Fansite or visit the NY Korean Film Festival website at http://www.koreanfilmfestival.org.


As mentioned, King and the Clown will be shown twice as part of the NYKFF:

  • Saturday, August 25, 2007 at 7:00pm - Cinema Village (Manhattan)

  • Friday, August 31, 2007 at 9:30 PM - BAM Rose Cinemas (Brooklyn)
As part of the festival, the KatC Unofficial Fansite will be hosting raffles during the showings. Come on out, and enter to win a prize! Prizes include items from the movie - including official sets of the hand puppets and the face masks from the movie....

Register at the KatC Forum to get your raffle voucher. Bring the voucher with you to the showing. The drawings will be held immediately before the showing. Don't be late!

More details on the raffle are available at the KatC Forum.

For more information contact us at the KatC Fansite.