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Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA)

KOFFIA will take you on a thrilling ride of Korean cinema, covering the latest and greatest in contemporary hits, as well as a selection of classics to choose from. If you like your films dramatic, your action unique, and your storylines bold, then KOFFIA is for you. Join us at Dendy Cinemas on the shores of Circular Quay as we put on a Korean cultural experience with industry forums, musical acts, cultural performances and so much more! KOFFIA offers a first-hand chance for people to satisfy their hunger for drama, so don’t miss it! KOFFIA is organised by the Korean Cultural Office. For details about KOFFIA including session times and how to buy tickets, visit our website www.koffia.com.au

August 24-29
Dendy Cinemas, Opera Quays
Circular Quay, Sydney

September 10-13
ACMI Cinemas, Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Federation Square, Melbourne

Website: www.koffia.com.au
Email: info@koffia.com.au
Phone: 02 8267 3400

Tickets pricing:
Adult $14, Concession $12, Member $10 (for Dendy, ACMI or KCO members). Buy tickets online or at the ACMI Box Office.

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