Korean Film Festival In Australia 2013 Preview: ScreenAnarchy Rounds-Up The Essentials

Contributing Writer; Melbourne, Australia (@Kwenton)
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Have you found recent festivals in Australia desperately lacking in the Asian cinema department? You are not alone! The vibrant, diverse fourth year of the Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) hits Melbourne this weekend! We love Korean film at ScreenAnarchy, and so, to get you prepared and participating we have put together a roundup of the top films from the festival. Click through the gallery below for a great snapshot of the fun weekend to come.

Check out the Melbourne schedule for the festival here.


A Werewolf Boy

Opening the festival is the crowd-pleasing, supernatural romance-drama A Werewolf Boy. This one's a sweet, charming and wholly accessible film with a tinge of darkness lurking beneath.
A Twilight-esque take on unconventional love with far more heart and maturity.


When Su-ni (Park Bo-young) moves to her family’s farmhouse, she discovers a feral boy (Song Joong-ki) living on the property. Initially cautious, she finds herself strangely drawn to the him, and attemps to tame his wild nature. Just as the two begin to form a strong bond, their relationship is challenged when the boy is discovered by townsfolk.

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