KOFFIA is the Korean Film Festival in Australia. It 1st took place in Sydney in 2010, and reached Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane in 2012. Stay tuned for updates about dates, films, guests and venues for the 7th Korean Film Festival in Australia 2016, it will be in Adelaide, Canberra, Perth, Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney as usual and we promise you it won't disappoint!
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KOFFIA is the Korean Film Festival in Australia. It first took place in October 2010 in what was a small event, run over just 5 days with 8 films screening. Despite a small size, budget and history behind it, the festival proved to be a highly successful and popular event, with audiences embracing the wonders of Korean cinema. Over 1,250 people attended with 99% stating they wanted more!
With the successful opening of the Korean Cultural Centre in 2011, the future of KOFFIA was secured. It returned in 2011 bigger and better than ever, including a significant expansion to Melbourne. KOFFIA 2012 and 2013 saw further expansion to Brisbane. KOFFIA 2014 was placed in Canberra, Adelaide, Perth additionally and Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney as usual and has some exciting developments which will all be revealed shortly!
We are one of the rare Korean Film Festivals in the world to feature more than just blockbuster hits direct from Korea. While we do show the latest hit films, like “The Unjust” and “The Man From Nowhere”, we also focus on documentaries, short films, art house and independent cinema, classic pieces and give opportunities to Korean-Australian film-makers.
This diversity is what separates us from the rest, and we are very proud of this fact. KOFFIA also features many elements outside of just film, such as traditional cultural performances, modern musical performances, many industry forums, Q&A’s, free events, video booth, audience award, themed nights, double headers and so much more.
To find out more about the KOFFIA Korean Film Festival, included details of films, dates and venues, head to the following links.