Film
London Korean Film Festival 2018 screening

Monday 5 November 2018,
14.00–17.30
BP Lecture Theatre
Free, booking essential

Phone +44 (0)20 7323 8181
Ticket Desk in Great Court

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As part of the London Korean Film Festival 2018.

Exploring female body politics on screen: ‘For Vagina’s Sake’

Part I, 14:00-16:00: Screening of ‘For Vagina’s Sake,’ followed by Q&A with Director Kim Bo-ram, moderated by Holly Tarquini Cert 12, 84mins, 2017

Through untold ages, the menstrual cycle has been the symbol of secret, mystery, fervour and disavowal. In this documentary, filmmaker Kim Bo-ram goes on a worldwide adventure in pursuit of personal experiences, exploring the silence and historical fears surrounding menstruation. The film also sheds light on the international campaigns fighting to make sanitary products freely available in schools, ensuring that girls are not made to stay at home and miss out on their educations.

Part II, 16:10-17:30: Roundtable discussion with Director Kim Bo-ram, Jeong Ga-young (‘Hit the Night,’ 2017), Mania Akbari (‘Life May Be,’ 2014) and Jemma Desai.

Please note: There is only one registration link for Part I and Part II. If you book, you are free to attend either or both.

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