Asian Movie Night is working on an exciting new program, see you all in the new season! Asian Movie Night is working on an exciting new program, see you all in the new season!

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Parasite (2019)
Diamond Island (2016)
A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014)
Ghost In The Shell (1995)
Paprika (2006)

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2022

AMN X Kloosterkino Asian Animated Shorts Festival AMN X Focus Filmtheater/Filmhuis Cavia: The Flavor of Green Tea Over Rice
AMN X Filmhuis Cavia: Ushiku + Q&A with director AMN X Filmhuis Cavia: The Cloud In Her Room AMN Couch Edition: The Happiness of the Katakuris AMN X Focus/ Cavia House of HummingbirdTransformatorhuis Short Film Festival

2021

AMN x Filmhuis Cavia: ItaewonAMN x Focus: Family In The Bubble AMN x Filmhuis Cavia: Family In The Bubble Sunday Open Kino @Sonsbeek 20-24 Online Streaming with ISC Spring Festival

2020

Filmhuis Cavia Asian Animation Short Asian Animation Short Festival: AMN x KloosterKino x Focus Couch Edition: Memories by Katsuhiro Otomo AMN x Focus: Diamond Island + Q&A with Director Valentine Edition: Love exists in movies

2019

Our Relations with the Mountain Avant Première: Parasite (KR 2019) with Artist Talk AMN Feminist Edition: Under One's Eye Couch Edition: Tropical Malady Welcome (Back) Edition Couch Edition: __________ AMN: Parallel World Couch Edition: The Great Buddha Asian Movie Night x Wenteltrap AMN: Flavour Couch Edition: Mother

2018

QUEER Asian Movie Night: Happy Together Couch Edition: Paprika AMN: Feminism Couch Edition: Dreams Asian Queer Movie Night: Handmaiden AMN: Ghost in the shell AMN: Paprika

 Asian Movie Night (2017)

@ Filmhuis Cavia
T 20:00
D 26/11/2021

AMN x Filmhuis Cavia: Itaewon (2016) 

Welcome to the second collaborative event between Filmhuis Cavia and Asian Movie Night. On a monthly basis we screen selected films from various Asian countries.

This time we introduce the documentary film Itaewon directed by Ga-Ram Kangyu from South Korea. It shows the story of three women who have lived in Itaewon, the most multicultural and thus discriminatory neighbourhood in Seoul since the days the U.S. dollar ruled. Korea’s flair for creating compelling thrillers is internationally recognised for some time now, with successes such as Parasite and Netflix's recent hit show the Squid Game. Both deal with social precarity under the neoliberal capitalism. However, feature films like these move away from Koreas specific cultural references and create their own fabricated worlds. 
In order to understand Korea's characteristic films, we need to know where the infamous violence and humour come from. Itaewon is not a fiction. It is a neighbourhood that shows how Korea's post war trauma neglects personal histories by bluntly adopting neo-imperial refiguration and capitalism. This film is a good way to contextualise the current global K-syndrome by listening to the stories of local voices from Korea.

Asian Movie Night x Filmhuis Cavia - Itaewon ...

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