PINKS (from Korea) Documentaries In NYC 2017 (연분홍치마 뉴욕 상영회) – April 1 (Saturday) – April 4 (Tuesday)

– Four days of New films from Korea – and Talks with Directors

For the first time in New York, a series of documentary films from Korea addressing issues rarely seen by American audiences.  Films on LGBTQ and Workers’ struggles, a feminist fashion designer, and the tragedy of state violence against citizens over gentrification, these films represent the range of struggles that Koreans have been facing, and give some insight into a society that is currently wrestling with a presidential impeachment, bribery scandals, neoliberal labor policies, turmoil over U.S.military actions and a still tense situation with the northern half of the peninsula. Seven of the eight films presented are from PINKS: Solidarity for Sexually Minor Cultures and Human Rights! ( an activist collective in Korea.

April 1 (Saturday) at SVA – MFA (136 W 21 St. NYC)

1) Two Doors (101 mins)

2) The Remnants (133 mins)

3) Welcome Party @ Nodutdol office

April 2 (Sunday) at SVA – MFA (136 W 21 St. NYC)

1) Coming Full Circle: The Journey of a Transgendered Korean Adoptee (24 mins)

2) Miracle on Jongno Street (109 mins)

3) The Times of Our Lives (110 mins)

4) 3xFTM (115 mins)

April 3 (Monday) at SVA – MFA (136 W 21 St. NYC)

1) Nora Noh (93 mins)

April 4 (Tuesday) at NYU Silver Center 207

1) Goodbye My Hero (110 mins)

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