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2018 Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival

LAAPFF Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival, Korean Cinema

Posted April 9th, 2018 by Visual Communications in Press

By: Hae Eun on LA Korea Times

The 34th LA Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF) begins the movie ‘Searching’, starring Korean actress John Cho, for ten days.

The film festival, which will be held from May 3 to 12 in West Hollywood, downtown Los Angeles, Little Tokyo and Koreatown, will feature 37 feature films and 79 short films. Korean films include ‘Finger and Other Realities’ by Bobby Choi and Steve Lee, ‘Fish Bones’ by Joanne Pak, and ‘Fiction & Other Realities’ The White Rabbit, the main character of the room, was selected. In the documentary competition category, Mr. Chang, Yong-jin’s “Becoming Who I Was” directed by South Korea and “Singing with Angry Bird” directed by Ji Hye-won have entered the market.

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May 3 at 7 pm The

opening film of the DGA Theater Festival is “Thriller”, a film that won the Alfred P. Sloan Award and the NeXT Audience Award at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

The film, directed by Anish Chaganti, tells the story of his father, who was searching for his missing teenager, after he failed to find any evidence in the fieldwork. He went online in the lab to find clues, It’s a movie.

■ Fiction and Other Realities Fight and Other Realities From 5 am to 5 pm at the Aratani Theater in

New York City , inspired by the life of Korean American musician Barbie Choi (AKA Big Pony) It is a film about the process that a close friend who attended goes to Seoul with Bobby to realize his identity. Steve Lee from Bay Area majored in Asian American Studies at San Francisco State University and returned to Seoul to establish Luminous Productions and work as a director and producer.

■ Even if we are born again (Becoming Who I Was)

May 5th at 5:30 pm East West Players.

2017 Berlin International Film Festival Generation K Plus Grand Prize, Special mention The documentary “We are born again” is an extraordinary nine-year-old Rinpoche “Anto” who remembered his life, and a teacher “Uruse” Is a film about the journey to new spring.Rinpoche is the inevitable masterpiece. It refers to a living Buddha.

■ White Rabbit (White Rabbit) 9:15 PM, May 7, 2009 Regal LA Live

Korean Actor Vivienne Boulangle Korean American Queer Performer Artist Sofia is a white rabbit who is an artistic artist · It is a movie depicting psychological wandering and conflict.This film, starring Darryl Wayne of the Golden Grove Award-winning TV series “Mozart in the Jungle,” starred in the megaphone, is the entry for the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

■ Fish Bones (Fish Bones) May 8, 6:45 PM Regal LA Live

Korean immigrant Hana meets Latina music producer Nikko and confronts confusion and conservative tendency of identity struggle and worries about future It is a movie that contains the back. Joanne Monique holds a BA in visual arts from UC San Diego and has received a Cleveland Davis Award and a Thesis full scholarship for a Masters in Film Studies from New York University.

■ Singing with Angry Bird May 10, 10:00 am CGV LA A

charming, horrific vocalist, ‘AKA Angry Bird’, begins his second life in India after his retirement. I decided to collect a group of poor people who have never learned a song formally. However, the members are intrinsic, and the absences are only excused because of such excuses. The average attendance is 5, and it is a documentary about the accompaniment of the banana chorus by Kim Jaechang, whose heart is open and the lid is opened.

< Reporter Hae Eun >