Design Enthusiasts, This Free Film Festival Is for You
The Korean Architectural Film Festival runs from June 1 to 3.
(SPOT.ph) If you’re interested in Korean culture and have an interest in design, this film festival is right up your alley. The Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines has teamed up with the Film Development Council of the Philippines and Seoul International Architecture Film Festival for the first ever Korean Architectural Film Festival, to be held from June 1 to 3 at the FDCP Cinematheque Manila in Ermita, and you can watch all the films for free.
The films included in the festival go into innovative architecture, urban planning, and stories of well-known Korean architects. One of the films to be shown is City:Hall, which tells the story of the problems that plagued the construction of the New Seoul City Hall. Another film, The House, puts the spotlight on structures that showcase innovative design thinking.
Aside from the film screenings and documentaries, the three-day festival will also feature photo installations and host a series of talks for the first two days.
For more information, visit the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines' Facebook page.