10th edition of Korean Film Festival Canada is Coming to Kingston

June 9 - 10, 2023. See screening hours below.
Rehearsal Hall

10th edition: Korean Film Festival Canada

The 10th edition of the Korean Film Festival Canada (KFFC 10) will present over 60 works from around the world, including Korea, Canada, Philippines, Vietnam, and the United States. Our festival will tour across 3 Canadian cities - Montreal, Kingston, and Vancouver- from May 15 to July 2, 2023, offering film and media arts screenings, exhibitions, art workshops and cultural events, centred on the theme “Asian Art: Environments of Resilience and Sustainability.” This year, the KFFC is expanding to Kingston to present 3 films on June 9 & 10 - Peppermint Candy, Unidentified, and Comfort.



Friday, June 9:

  • 6:30PM - 8:30PM: Peppermint Candy by LEE Chang-Dong | Feature Film | Doors open at 6PM

Saturday, June 10:

  • 5:30PM - 7:00PM: Unidentified by Jude Chun | Feature Film | Doors open at 5PM
  • 7:00PM - 9:10PM: Comfort by Emmanuel Moonchil Park | Feature Film | Doors open at 6:40PM



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Arts East-West/Korean Film Festival Canada is a non-profit media arts organization based in Montreal. We facilitate the works of Asian-identifying artists in Canada and abroad. Our long-standing motto since 1996, “Where West Meets East,” represents our commitment to bring together diverse communities in order to enrich both audiences and artists in Canada through Asian Canadian media arts. We were founded in 1996 as Cine-Asie, and since then we have developed the Korean Film Festival Canada (KFFC) in 2013, AmérAsia (diaspora) Film Festival in Montreal in 1999, and we recently opened Asian Art Publication Lab (AAPLab, 2020). As of the year of 2023, the annual Korean Film Festival Canada will mark its 10th anniversary.

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