Korean Film Festival 2011

A Barefoot Dream
A Barefoot Dream
The Korean Film Festival aims to enhance cultural exchange between Australia and Korea through a shared passion for film.

Presenting a selection of the latest and greatest works coming out of Korea, the festival provides unparalleled access to the social and political world of our near Asian neighbours, as captured by some of the country's most talented artists.

Saturday 10 September - Tuesday 13 September 2011

Full $14 Concession $12 ACMI Member $10
Group bookings (10 tickets): $120
Mini passes are also available from our Tickets & Information Desk

A Barefoot Dream

Retired soccer player Kim Won-kang finds new hope coaching 10-year-old kids in East Timor.

The Man From Nowhere

An ex-special agent goes to battle with drug lords to save a young girl in this explosive thriller.


All he wants to do is be the waterboy. Now he has to BUNT!

Industry Forum: Korean Cinema Downunder

Join Dr. Adrian Martin, Christian Were and Al Cossar for an in-depth conversation about Korean cinema.

Joint Security Area

Park Chan-wook's critically-acclaimed thriller explores a fatal shooting in the Korean DMZ.

The Show Must Go On

A crime kingpin, a loving father. Song Kang-ho is at his best in this 'Korean Sopranos'.

Secret Reunion

A North Korean spy and an intelligence agent forge an unlikely alliance in this comic thriller.

Earth's Women

A documentary about three college women who leave the city to marry men from a small rural village.

Shim's Family

What skeletons does this family have hidden in their closet?

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