This film was supposed to premiere today at the Cannes Film Festival. Darius Khondji will be there, according to afcinema.
Apparently, Netflix did not want this to be shot on film and demanded it be shot in 4K:
“At first, Darius Khondji, my cinematographer, and I wanted to shoot ‘Okja’ on 35mm, but Netflix insisted that all Netflix originals be shot and archived in 4K,” Bong said in an interview with Variety. “Khondji then figured that we would use Alexa 65, which equates to a 70mm film in digital format. It makes a great cinematic vibe.”
The film got into a controversy between Netflix and the Festival because Netflix didn't want to show the film in French cinemas.
The screening was stopped today because of heckling.
Here's another one, in French again. Funny that he says he hopes he has no style.
The film will be released on Netflix on 28 June 2017.