SM Entertainment’s movie, “I AM.,” showing at the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival 2012


SM Entertainment’s movie, ‘”I AM.” SMTOWN Live in Madison Square Garden’ will be showing at this year’s Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival.


As of this moment, only one screening has been announced for Tuesday, May 15th, at 9:00 PM. The movie will be screened at the CGV Cinemas (621 S. Western Ave.) in the Koreatown district of Los Angeles, a venue that has hosted quite a few K-Pop-related events in the past.

General admission tickets for the event are $12. Discounted tickets are available for students and seniors for $10. You may purchase tickets here, by scrolling down to the list of May 15th movie showings.

Movie Synopsis
I AM. follows the artists of SM TOWN as they prepare for their first show at Madison Square Garden, one of the most storied stages on the planet. Intercut with performances captured from the historic concert, the movie reveals the stories of young performers who are living out their dreams.
Throughout the movie, audiences are treated to never-before-seen images from the stars’ childhoods, footage of their SM TOWN auditions and images from past training. Ultimately the movie is a touching coming-of-age story about the growing pains and glory of young artists who are storming the globe with KPOP.

Extra Details
Original Language Title: I AM.
Completed in: 2012
Run time: 85 min.
Countries: South Korea
Languages: English, Korean
Cast and Crew: f(x), BoA, SHINee, Girls’ Generation, Super Junior, Kangta, TVXQ


Source: Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival 2012, SMTOWN
Article Credit: joAnnwashere @ SHINee Forums International (shineee.net)
Shared by hellohazel @ SMTownJjang 

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