Women In Film International present a Night To Celebrate: Short Films By Korean Filmmakers

– This year’s films support the creative talents of Korean and Korean American filmmakers.

Through a diverse program of short films, this year’s series will celebrate and support the creative talents of Korean filmmakers. Every filmmaker has a unique perspective on their culture and their world. The films selected both narrative and documentary, will provide views into the psyche of these communities and deepen our understanding of Korean life, land, and cultures.

The WIFI Shorts Program is a celebration of filmmakers from all corners of the world, produced by the members of the Women In Film International Committee (WIFI).  This year, for the 4th Annual Film Shorts, WIFI has partnered with the Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles (KCCLA), the Korean Film Council (KOFIC) and NYX Cosmetics to showcase and celebrate the dynamic works of emerging and established Korean and Korean American filmmakers.


Los Angeles California on October 2, 2010 from 6:00PM 10:00P.M.

Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles, 5505 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90036

Located in the Miracle Mile District, the Korean Cultural Center Los Angeles provides insights into the rich cultural heritage of Korea. On Saturday, October 2, 2010, come join us and partake in film, art, music, cuisine, and culture!

General Admission

Members: $15

Non-members: $20

For information program listing go to: http://www.wif.org/wifi

Media Contact: Tobie Loomis: tobie@tobieloomis.com 310-924-4050

Tessa Bell: tessabell@earthlink.net 908-310-7141

The Women In Film International (WIFI) Committee fosters interactive cultural bonds with other countries by discovering, promoting and supporting the efforts of entertainment professionals (especially women), throughout the world. Our programs include panels on co-production, screenings and participation in international film festivals. Networking does not stop at our borders so WIFI also serves as a resource for foreign consulates, film boards, visiting filmmakers and dignitaries.

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