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MICA International Film Festival 2017

Hosted by SEEK: Discovering Cultural Diversity in Film

Mar. 4 - 5 p.m. Falvey Hall, Brown Center

MICA International Film Festival 2017 hosted by SEEK is a free event showcasing feauture and shorts films, Hanbok fashion show, art, music from local and international artists.


Saturday's opening will include musical performances by the Peabody Institute, a Hanbok fashion show (Korean traditional dress), followed by three feature films:

The Royal Tailor (Korea)

Followed by a panel discussion with the director Won Suk Lee. RSVP is required for this screening. Click here for more information.

The Grandmaster (Hong Kong- Chinese)

Timbuktu (Mali)


A selection of short films by MICA and K-Arts alumni will be shown alongside a selection of films chosen by Agnes Moon, director Paul Kim, Niki Murphy and director Jennifer Suhr.

Click here for more information, including a full schedule of feature and short film screenings.

Hanbok Exhibition

Coinciding with the film festival is an exhibition of Hanbok fashion, an example of traditional Korean dress, as well as an exhibition of work by MICA students. Both exhibitions will be on view in the lower lobby of Falvey Hall.

Festival Sponsorship

Sponsorship is provided by the Maryland Film Festival; the Korean Cultural Center, Washington D.C.; the Korean Society of Maryland; the Asian Pacific American Film Festival; Greaten Korea Foundation; K-Arts, the Korean National University of Arts; U.S. State Department & Critical Language Scholarship Alumni Development Fund; and KAFFNY Third Culture Film Festival.