한국 전쟁 66주년 영화제 “Silenced” – Voices of the Forgotten War

“SILENCED”

Voices of The Forgotten War

– Film Screening Series on The Korean War –

 

The Korean War (often called “The Forgotten War”), which broke out 66 years ago in 1950, is still not over. The Korean peninsula has been under a state of truce since 1953 and remains polarized based on ideological stances. Several groups of people have been forced to “remain silent” on their experiences with the war. The Korean Students Association at the Graduate Center (GC-KSA) is hosting a film screening event that aims to address the overlooked consequences of the Korean War. The following selection of movies gives voice to the marginalized individuals who continue to suffer from the war.

    June 6th, 2016 6pm

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   June 15th, 2016 6pm

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  June 20th, 2016 6pm

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                                    (All movies are in Korean with English Subtitles, Organizer: Jeehey Kim, Ph.D)

Free and Open to the Public

Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, The CUNY Graduate Center (365 5th Ave. NY, NY)

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