Twice a month the Korean Cultural Service, which works to broaden the understanding of Korean culture, hosts free screenings of Korean films at Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick St). All of the films are independent and focus on Korean cultured (duh!). The screening is:


Tuesday October 12 at 7pm

Grandmother's Flower
(2008, 89 Mins) - A powerful documentary about the filmmaker's family history. "Director Mun Jeong-Hyun is pressured into making a doc about his grandmother, and he's convinced there's no story there, but when he discovers a secret cache of his great uncle’s incomprehensible journals he begins to pull on the threads of his family history, and everything unravels." More Info.

Admission is FREE! Doors open 30 minutes prior to screening time and seating is on a first-come first-serve basis.

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