Korean Film Festival 2019

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.
Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.

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KFF: Parasite

'All unemployed, Ki-taek's family takes peculiar interest in the wealthy and glamorous Parks for their livelihood until they get entangled in an unexpected incident.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.

KFF: Parasite

'All unemployed, Ki-taek's family takes peculiar interest in the wealthy and glamorous Parks for their livelihood until they get entangled in an unexpected incident.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.
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FRIDAY 27th SEPTEMBER 6:00pm

KFF: My Annoying Brother

'A man is paroled to help his brother adjust to his loss of sight. When he learns he has terminal cancer, he rushes to help his brother win gold at the Paralympics to secure his future.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.

KFF: My Annoying Brother

'A man is paroled to help his brother adjust to his loss of sight. When he learns he has terminal cancer, he rushes to help his brother win gold at the Paralympics to secure his future.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.
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SATURDAY 28th SEPTEMBER 1:00pm

KFF: Green Days

'Yi-Rang is a track runner in her high school. She has never lost a race and considers running to be the sole thing she is good at. One day, she falls behind in a race and purposefully falls down. Yi-Rang quits running out of fear she will lose again. Her high school can't even persuade her to try again.

New transfer student from Seoul Soo-Min enters Yi-Rang class. She is pretty and attracts all the boys attention. Yi-Rang - observing her charms - feels even more insecure. Classmate Chul-Soo, who aspires to become an astronaut, attempts to help Yi-Rang find her way.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.

KFF: Green Days

'Yi-Rang is a track runner in her high school. She has never lost a race and considers running to be the sole thing she is good at. One day, she falls behind in a race and purposefully falls down. Yi-Rang quits running out of fear she will lose again. Her high school can't even persuade her to try again.

New transfer student from Seoul Soo-Min enters Yi-Rang class. She is pretty and attracts all the boys attention. Yi-Rang - observing her charms - feels even more insecure. Classmate Chul-Soo, who aspires to become an astronaut, attempts to help Yi-Rang find her way.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.
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SATURDAY 28th SEPTEMBER 3:00pm

KFF: Innocent Witness

'An old man suffering from depression is found dead, and his housekeeper, Mi Ran, is charged with the murder. Mi Ran's defense attorney, Soon Ho, is surprised to learn the only witness to the crime is Ji Woo, a teenage girl with Asperger's. Will Ji Woo be able to take the stand and provide a valid statement?'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.

KFF: Innocent Witness

'An old man suffering from depression is found dead, and his housekeeper, Mi Ran, is charged with the murder. Mi Ran's defense attorney, Soon Ho, is surprised to learn the only witness to the crime is Ji Woo, a teenage girl with Asperger's. Will Ji Woo be able to take the stand and provide a valid statement?'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.
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SATURDAY 28th SEPTEMBER 5:30pm

KFF: The Face Reader

'About Nae-kyung who is able to assess the personality, mental state and habits of a person by looking at his face. Because of his abilities, he gets involved in a power struggle between Prince Sooyang and Kim Jong-Seo.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.

KFF: The Face Reader

'About Nae-kyung who is able to assess the personality, mental state and habits of a person by looking at his face. Because of his abilities, he gets involved in a power struggle between Prince Sooyang and Kim Jong-Seo.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.
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SUNDAY 29th SEPTEMBER 1:15pm

KFF: Luthier & Children Gone To Poland

'Tracing the footsteps of North Korean orphans who went to Poland during the Korean War, two women, one from the North and the other from the South, bond through the solidarity of wound and forge together a path toward healing.'

Please note the short film LUTHIER will proceed the feature documentary CHILDREN GONE TO POLAND.

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.

KFF: Luthier & Children Gone To Poland

'Tracing the footsteps of North Korean orphans who went to Poland during the Korean War, two women, one from the North and the other from the South, bond through the solidarity of wound and forge together a path toward healing.'

Please note the short film LUTHIER will proceed the feature documentary CHILDREN GONE TO POLAND.

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.
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SUNDAY 29th SEPTEMBER 3:15pm

KFF: Swing Kids

'The story of Ro Gi Soo, a tap dancing North Korean soldier who was held captive in the Geoje prison camp during the Korean War. Soldiers at a POW camp plan a tap show to distract themselves and the prisoners from the hardships of the Korean War.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.

KFF: Swing Kids

'The story of Ro Gi Soo, a tap dancing North Korean soldier who was held captive in the Geoje prison camp during the Korean War. Soldiers at a POW camp plan a tap show to distract themselves and the prisoners from the hardships of the Korean War.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.
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SUNDAY 29th SEPTEMBER 6:00pm

KFF: Dark Figure of Crime

'A fierce psychological confrontation erupts between a detective and a killer who confessed to multiple murders.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.

KFF: Dark Figure of Crime

'A fierce psychological confrontation erupts between a detective and a killer who confessed to multiple murders.'

This film is screening as part of the Annual Korean Film Festival run by the Consulate of the Republic of Korea in Auckland. Admission is free - please see below for ticketing instructions.

To book tickets you can come to Academy Cinemas to book tickets in advance. Alternatively, you can make a phone booking by calling the cinema at 09-373-2761. Tickets have to be collected at least 10 minutes before the show.

Online booking is unavailable.
ID will be required for restricted films.
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