"Right Now, Wrong Then," a bittersweet romantic comedy by Hong Sang-soo, has taken the coveted Golden Leopard prize at the 68th edition of the Locarno Film Festival.
An acclaimed filmmaker is the object of diffident female attention from multiple sources, leading to an innocuous array of misunderstandings and romantic missteps.
Hong Sang-soo's "Hill of Freedom" is named as the year's best Korean film
The title could not be more of a red herring in Hong Sang-soo's sixteenth feature "Hill of Freedom," its noble implications lending outward grandeur to a romantic triangle that reps a cream puff even…
HONG KONG — "Beyond Beauty," a big budget documentary detailing the clash between civilization and the natural environment, will kick off the first edition of the Taoyuan Intl. Film Festival in…
The 51st New York Film Festival has tapped 35 films, an unusually large number for this tightly curated Gotham fest, to comprise a main slate that mixes a strong contingent of comedies, plus an…
Admirers of Hong Sang-soo's wry worldview will find much to enjoy in his appealing 15th feature.
"Story of My Death," Catalan director Albert Serra's imagined meeting of two oft-filmed historical figures—Casanova and Dracula—won the Golden Leopard Saturday night at the 66th Locarno Film…
Romanian helmer Corneliu Porumboiu's latest drama is so carefully intellectualized that the picture has no room to breathe.
New Locarno artistic director Carlo Chatrian hasn't reinvented the wheel, but it's clear he's keen on adding luster to the Swiss event with a promisingly diverse lineup for its 66th edition.
Widely admired for being a deceptively simple auteur, Hong Sang-soo achieves something genuinely simple for a change with "Nobody's Daughter Haewon," and not in an unpleasant way.