Crystal Palace International Film Festival was founded in 2009, and presents a diverse programme of the very best Independent films from all over the world. And the cinema promises comfy sofas and lovely food brought to where you’re sitting. Sounds like a great way to spend an evening.
Dir: Yi Dong-hwan (2018, 93 mins)
Cast: Yoo Hyeong-jun | Lee Gyu-jeong | Peace Fidele | Song Yeong-chang | Park Jae-hyeon
European Premiere, in a programme with 3 shorts
Thurs 19th March 7:30PM @ Everyman Crystal Palace SE19 2TE | Buy tickets
This morally bankrupt young man fakes being a priest to perform exorcisms for big money. One of the best film villains we’ve ever seen as you really want to like him but he’s so horribly cold and without conscience.
Dir: Boo Eun-joo (2019, 25 mins)
European Premiere, in a programme of 7 films all lasting under 30 mins
Thurs 26th March, 7.30pm @ Everyman Crystal Palace SE19 2TE | Buy tickets
After moving into his new house, Jongsuk, struggling to get a job, faces two children who insist that they already live there. Jongsuk and the children end up living together for a while but will it last?