DramaFever Premium perk in Canada: Free ticket giveaway for Reel Asian Film Festival movie screening
Hello, DramaFever users in Canada! More good news for you guys! Now DramaFever is working with the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival, who will host events from November 5 to November 15. Dozens of great Asian films will be screening in Toronto and Richmond Hill. Reel Asian will be showcasing special projects featuring prominent artists, musicians, and up-and-coming filmmakers and also includes an Industry series for creative minds to connect.
Founded in 1997, this non-profit community-based festival has grown into an eagerly anticipated annual event that attracts thousands of attendees for 10 exciting days of galas, screenings, forums, workshops, and parties. If you are fan of Asian films, check their schedule out!
1. The Royal Tailor: | AGO Jackman Hall View Map
DIRECTOR: Lee Won-suk
CAST: Yoo Yeon-seok and Park Shin-hye
Synopsis: After 30 years of serving the king, Dol-seok, the royal tailor, only has a few months left until his expected promotion. When a new tailor, Gong-jin, a designer of hanboks (traditional garbs for courtesans), arrives at the palace and finds favor from the queen, Dol-seok is terrifed. Gong-jin’s avant-garde designs open the eyes of the royal family, and Dol-seok feels both envious and insecure. As the two tailors duel to create masterpieces for two rival queens vying for the king’s favour, the audience is treated to a visual feast of gleaming golden embroidery and flowing gowns that bloom like flowers. Unburdened by conventional historical elements, The Royal Tailor is a thrilling story of struggles foreign yet familiar, with a refreshing focus in style.
2. Zinnia Flower: | AGO Jackman Hall View Map
DIRECTOR: Tom Lin Shu-yu
CAST: Karena Lam and Stone
Synopsis: On the same day, in the same accident, twin tragedies: Wei (Stone) loses his pregnant wife while Ming (Karena Lam) loses her fiancé. Intercutting between two parallel storylines, the film follows the one hundred day journey that Wei and Ming each embark on to mourn for the dead. Sharing unbearable pain, Wei and Ming each have their own ways of saying goodbye and coping with loneliness. Through virtuosic cinematography and set to the timeless rhythms of Chopin, the film invites us to meditate on life, loss and death.
DramaFever will provide 10 FREE tickets for each movie for all new and existing Premium users who sign up before October 31. For as low as $0.99/mo, you can enjoy all the best TV shows and movies from around the world, especially simulcasted dramas in HD on multiple devices, including Roku, Chromecast, PS4, etc.
Please sign up for your preferred movie in this form, and we will announce the winner on November 1. Sign up now and don't miss this opportunity!