AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE AND KOREAN CULTURAL CENTER, LOS ANGELES PRESENT A GENRE OF ONE: THE CINEMA OF BONG JOON HO

A COMPLETE FEATURE RETROSPECTIVE OF BONG JOON HO’S WORK TWO DECADES IN THE MAKING

LA is gearing up to have a complete retrospective of legendary filmmaker Bong Joon Ho after his record breaking release of Parasite in theaters now and still expanding with enormous per screen numbers that tied LA LA Land’s numbers which is staggering.

American Cinematheque is proud to present A GENRE OF ONE: THE CINEMA OF BONG JOON HOa complete feature retrospective of BONG JOON HO’s work two decades in the making.  The series will take place at both the Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood and the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica from Oct. 30 to Nov. 2, 2019.  Co-presented with the Korean Cultural Center, Los Angeles, as it celebrates 100 years of Korean cinema, the internationally renowned writer/director will showcase his work and participate in an in-person Q&A at both venues.  Films to be featured include THE HOST, OKJA, SNOWPIERCER, BARKING DOGS NEVER BITE, MEMORIES OF MURDER, MOTHER and the critically acclaimed PARASITE (99% on Rotten Tomatoes).

PARASITE is the perfect hallmark to celebrate 100 years of Korean filmmaking and we are thrilled to host a full retrospective of BONG JOON HO’s masterful 20 years of cinema,” said Grant Moninger, American Cinematheque Film Programmer.

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You can purchase tickets here for the event that is sure to be iconic.

http://americancinematheque.com/

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