KFFC is proud to showcase films from around the world, including narratives produced by Koreans, as well as Canadians, Asian-Canadians, and international artists that all align with the annual theme. Under the theme Environment: Resilience and Sustainability, the 9th edition of the festival takes place from May 26 to the 28 with in-person screenings at the McCord Museum.
For its 9th edition, KFFC welcomes films produced by Asian-Canadian and Canadian directors. This selection includes Sal Eigh’s debut film (It’s) The Pits (2022), the documentary Omega 20-22 (2018) by Thierry Loa, Jardin (2022) by Fanny Lord-Bourcier and other works of emerging and professional artists that will be screened on May 28 at the McCord Museum.
(It’s) the Pits
Blue Like a Gun Shot
((Bleu comme un coup de feu))
Industrious Dreams of a Forgotten Past
The Midnight Shift