BREAKFAST AT the ELECTRIC

with actoRs

 

TALK WITH 4 KOREAN ACTORS 

LEE BYUNG-HUN, PARK HAE-IL, LEE JE-HOON, JUNG EUN-CHAE

& ANGELI MACFARLANE 

FROM FILM LONDON

[D-10] Only 10 days to go until our grand Opening at Odeon Leicester Square and we have another surprise event for our audience! For those who are interested in acting and screenwriting and what happens on and off set for actors, join us in a very special talk on Friday 20th October moderated by Angeli Macfarlane (Development Producer, Film London). During the talk, you can enjoy a delicious selection of breakfast.

See details below! 

Electric Cinema, Notting Hill

Electric Cinema, Notting Hill

ANGELI MACFARLANE

Angeli Macfarlane is the development producer at Film London, managing editorial of the Microwave and London Calling schemes for writers, directors and producers based in London. She also launched a new training programme in January 2017 created by Script Cube, providing a blend of training modules for emerging BAME and women writers, directors and producers. 

 

LEE BYUNG-HUN

Lee Byung Hun is an award winning actor who received critical acclaim for works in a range of genres, most notably A Bittersweet Life (2005), The Good, The Bad, The Weird (2008). He is also known for portraying Storm Shadow in G.I. Joe in 2009 and 2013. Lee continues to work in Hollywood as well as Korea.

Filmography: The Fortress, The Magnificent Seven, RED 2, G.I. Joe, I Saw The Devil, The Good, The Bad, The Weird

PARK HAE-IL

Park Hae-il began his acting career in theatre, but soon gained the film industry's attention with films such as Memories of Murder by Director Bong Joon-ho. Park received great praise for his performance in the period action film, War of the Arrows (2011) and A Muse (2012). 

Filmography: The Fortress, The Last Princess, A Muse, War of the Arrows, Moss

LEE JE-HOON

Lee Je-hoon started his career in indie films in 2006. Then he appeared on a few commercial films like The Front Line (2011) and Architecture 101 (2012). He is becoming one of the most loved actors of all time in not just film but on television as well.

Filmography: Anarchist from Colony, Architecture 101, The Front Line, Bleak Night

JUNG EUN-CHAE

Jung Eun-chae is a beautiful, actress and rising star who began her career as a model. Since her debut in 2010, she gained international attention with the release of Director Hong Sang-soo's Nobody's Daughter Haewon (2013) which premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival. 

Filmography: The Table, Hill of Freedom, The Fatal Encounter, Nobody's Daughter Haewon