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Celebrate Culture Days and the 100th Anniversary of Korean Film

Celebrate Culture Days and the 100th anniversary of Korean Film with four popular recently released Korean films. Presented by the Korean Cultural Centre of Canada, the Library will screen the following films: Along with the Gods: The Two WorldsLittle ForestThe Spy Gone North and Assassination.

Join us beginning Friday evening, September 27 to Sunday, September 29 at the City Centre Branch. English subtitles are available for all the films. No registration required. Get details.

Sept. 27
Opening ceremony 6:00 pm–
6:30 pm
Rooms 136, 137   Popcorn will be available (Friday only)
Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds 6:30 pm–
8:45 pm
Rooms 136, 137 139 min. PG13
Sept. 28
Little Forest 12:00 pm–
1:45 pm
Rooms 136, 137 103 min. G
The Spy Gone North 2:00 pm–
4:30 pm
Rooms 136, 137 137 min. 14A
Sept. 29
Assassination 1:30 pm–
4:00 pm
Rooms 136, 137 139 min. 14A

On September 27, Speaker Michelle Kim will introduce the films at the Opening ceremony.

Michelle Kim is a film actor, producer, writer and director. Her film, The Tree Inside won the people’s choice award at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival and at the Northwest Filmmakers’ Film Festival in Portland, among other awards and is currently working on her next feature film, a Korean-language film, set in Seoul during the 90s. She also writes novels. Her first, Running Through Sprinklers, is published by Simon & Schuster/Atheneum.

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