This year’s Korean American Film Festival New York will showcase emerging filmmakers with a mix of narrative features and documentaries with a focus on auteur-driven stories that explore themes like loss and dislocation through journeys of discovery.

“We’re very proud to have so many premiere screenings of homegrown New York and American talent, and feel our filmmakers are now truly coming-of-age along with our festival,” festival founder Dave Kim said. 

Jinoh Park’s Should’ve Kissed will make its international debut on opening night.

The festival runs from Jun 5-10 at Anthology Film Archives in New York. For a complete list of the schedule visit the official website