28 August 2007

Korean Film Comes to Centenary!

upcoming first friday film
Originally uploaded by Schleuss
Wikipedia says that The Host is the most successful film ever in South Korea. It will be shown on Friday, September 7th by the Centenary Film Society. The screening begins promptly at 9pm in Mickle Hall in the Carlyle Auditorium. It'll be free and open to the public.

This event is the first of several "First Friday Films" featuring more independent flics. It's all in an effort for the Film Society to branch out even more.

"The film is a creature-feature with a comical edge," says Leo Kacenjar, media head for the Centenary Film Society. It's Leo's last year at Centenary and he's working hard. You should see him around. If you have questions about this or other screenings, you can contact him at lkacenja@centenary.edu.

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