Relentless Invention: New Korean Cinema, 1996–2003

The South Korean film industry has been in the midst of a remarkable, decades-long creative explosion, with Bong Joon Ho, Hong Sangsoo, and Park Chan-wook jolting new life into art-house and genre cinema alike. From November 22nd to December 4th, New Yorkers will finally have a chance to catch up on all they’ve been missing out on!

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Old School Kung Fu Fest in Screen Anarchy!

Subway Cinema’s Old School Kung Fu Fest was recently featured in SCREEN ANARCHY.

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Timeline of Past Events

Subway Cinema was founded in New York City in 1999, and the first film screenings took place in 2000. Below is a quick list of all of the events organized by Subway Cinema across various venues in New York.

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Old School Kung Fu in the SCMP!

Subway Cinema’s Old School Kung Fu Fest was recently highlighted in a lengthy article in The South China Morning Post, Hong Kong’s newspaper of record.

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Expect the Unexpected!

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Tribute to Chinatown’s Music Palace Theater

I’ll come clean: I’ve done shameful things in the Music Palace. I’ve eaten dinner, breakfast, lunch. Slept all day, dozed off for a few minutes, worked my way through a pack of cigarettes in one sitting, gotten drunk, dug through their trash, smoked dope, taken speed, had sex, argued with a cell phone user, played with a kitty, and had a party. To be fair, the sex and the dinner were both before they started turning on the lights between shows… Knowing what I know now I would’ve held off.

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Old School Kung Fu Fest 2019!

Subway Cinema’s Old School Kung Fu Fest returns on May 3rd and 4th with a two-day blast of barefisted fury that will leave the Anthology Film Archives a smoking pile of shattered bricks!

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