InKo Centre is delighted to present the following package of contemporary Korean films, varying in mood, tone and technique, at the 14th Pune International Film Festival from 14- 21 January, 2016.

Set Me Free Directed By Kim Taeyong / 2014
Yeongjae is a high school student who grows up at "Isaac's Home", a group home that he was placed in as a child to avoid his immature and reckless father.

Montage Directed By Jeong Keun Seob / 2013
A kidnapper disappeared 15 years ago without a trace. Five days before the statute of limitations for the case expires, someone anonymously leaves a flower at the crime scene. What unravels in this murder mystery is as surprising as it is compelling.

Our Sunhi Directed By Hong Sang-soo / 2013
Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo's latest film, Our Sunhi follows an aspiring young filmmaker who becomes the object of desire for three very different men, in this smart, nuanced comedy.

Peppermint Candy Directed By Lee Chang Dong / 1999
The film starts with the suicide of the protagonist and uses reverse chronology to depict some of the key events of the past 20 years of his life that led to his death.

MadhavanAbout The Pune International Film Festival
The Pune International Film Festival (PIFF) is an annual film festival held in Pune, Maharashtra, India, since its inception in 2002. Home to the Film and Television Institute of India (FTII) and the National Film Archive of India (NFAI), Pune has a rich cultural history of film-making and film studies. It is also a major international education hub for students of literature, media and journalism. This ensures that PIFF is attended by a huge number of delegates as well as film makers every year. The festival aims to bring the best in world cinema to the culturally rich city of Pune.
The 14th Pune International Film Festival will be held from 14- 21 January, 2016 with over 200 films from various countries. The festival is jointly organized by the Pune Film Foundation and the State Government of Maharashtra.

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