Let’s do Lunch and LCC Officer (London College of Communication Students Union Officer) have teamed up with LKFF to offer students *20 FREE tickets to see The London Korean Film Festival which runs from 2-14 November 2015!
This year the festival celebrates its 10th anniversary and boasting 52 films across features and shorts, a host of UK Premieres, retrospectives and newly introduced Emerging Directors and Audience’s Choice. The 2015 Festival offers UK audiences a fantastic opportunity to discover the very best in Korean cinema and guarantees to offer something for everyone!
You can find out more about the programme and book your favourites on the website www.koreanfilm.co.uk
1. To enter simply tweet @makingkai + @koreanfilmfest AND comment (in the box below); your name, college (LCC, LCF, CSM, WCC, if applicable) and #LetsdolunchLKFFUAL. Your tweet and comment count as 1 entry.
2. Winners will be picked at random every few days starting from the 1st until the 12th November. Please note film ticket allocation is at the discretion of LKFF and there is no guarantee about exact screening ticket.
3. Find out more about the London Korean Film Festival check them out on Facebook.com/theLKFF and www.koreanfilm.co.uk
*terms and conditions apply. Maximum 2 tickets per winner. Winners will be chosen at random. Priority is given to London College of Communication students and University of the Arts London Students. Open to all.
Good luck – and see you at a few of the screenings (I’m a huge fan of Korean culture – and that includes cinema!)
“Like” Let’s do Lunch on Facebook.com/LetsdolunchUrbanguide!
This collaboration is part of the LCC Officer campaign to increase diversity and reflect under-represented students at UAL #UALDiversityMatters. We’re very thankful to LKFF for supporting this cause.
Well, what are you waiting for? LKFF is just around the corner! Get your names in quick!
6 thoughts on “WIN tickets to THE LONDON KOREAN FILM FESTIVAL 2015!”
Barima Owusu-Nyantekyi. College: N/A
Kuba Sobieski LCC
Leyla Bile, BA Film Graduate at Middlesex Univerisity
BA Film Graduate at Middlesex University
Leonardo Wolfe – School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
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Great! Entered you… Good luck!