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With the purchase of this ticket, you are invited to kick off Images Festival's 36th edition. Join us in celebrating over complimentary food, drinks and music in advance of the opening screening! Capacity for the reception is 70 people, come early to secure your spot!
April 13 | 5:30-7:30 | The Commons, 401 Richmond Street West (4th Floor)
The screening of So To Speak, Light will being at 8pm, Innis Town Hall, following the reception.
So To Speak, Light | Wonwoo Kim | SOUTH KOREA, FRANCE | 2022 | Digital Video | 83 MIN | Korean with English subtitles | WORLD PREMIER
A meditation on life as it continues after loss, so to speak, Light hesitantly welcomes viewers into the world of filmmaker Wonwoon Kim as he journeys home to South Korea from France to attend his grandmother’s funeral.
Simple memories of his now-deceased grandparents speckle the film as Wonwoo aimlessly wanders through the day-to-day routine in his hometown. Ruminating on light, photography, family resemblance, return, and the ability for film to capture more than a moment, Wonwoo asks: How should we endure? This film, a collection of now, is his answer.
Join us for a conversation with the director Wonwoo Kim following the screening.
Street level entrance, elevator and ramp available, door width 32”+, no automatic doors. Gender-neutral single occupancy accessible (32”+) washroom, automatic door No accessible parking on site 4 wheelchair seats in-cinema.
Image description: So To Speak, Light, Wonwoo Kim (2022). Video still.