Film festivals are a vital outlet to not only meet or view the work of
filmmakers, but allow you to branch out into wider circles within the
independent film community. And best of all, there are hundreds
worldwide every year in almost every corner of the world. Try
volunteering as a ticket seller, coordinator, or assisting to any
extent with organization. There may be no better way to make contacts
and meet other up-and-comers in the industry, no matter how big or
small the festival.
Los Angeles Korean International Film Festival
The Los Angeles Korean International Film Festival (LAKIFF), an annual celebration of film made by and about the Korean people, is co-organized by Jinhee Kim at the University of Southern California (USC), the Korean Culture Center in Los Angeles (KCCLA),
Films/videos entered into competition must be directed, produced, OR principally acted by an artist of Korean descent OR contain subject matter that relates to Korean/Korean diaspora culture. Clarify questions of eligibility prior to submission of entry.
The Los Angeles Korean International Film Festival (LAKIFF) is dedicated to the cinema of Koreans, Korean Americans, and other Korean diaspora. Its purpose is to bring about a greater knowledge and appreciation of the cultural richness, diversity, and art
See festival guidelines @ http://www.lakiff.com/entry_guidelines.htm
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