With B.O. rising by nearly 30% every year, small wonder that China's film festivals are attracting more attention, and with that attention, competition.
A mixed-martial-arts competition sets in motion this maximalist male melodrama from Korean blockbuster helmer Kang Woo-suk.
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A small town harbors dark secrets in "Moss," an intense, overlong and eventually silly South Korean thriller. Latest effort from producer-director Kang Woo-suk (the "Two Cops" franchise, war…
Unlike Japan and China, South Korea has never been a location for major Hollywood productions.
The slowly developing emotional fabric Ryu Jang-ha spun in his first pic is evident again in his sophomore feature.
A handful of messy, screw-up cops battle legions of impeccable, organized gangsters for the hearts and minds of Korean youth in Kang Woo-suk's third "Public Enemy" go-round. A return to form for the…
South Korean helmer-producer Kang Woo-suk threw a party at Bennigan's Saturday night to support his efforts to raise a $53 million filmmaking fund.
The 10th edition of the Puchon Intl. Fantastic Film Festival (PiFan) kicked off Thursday amid signs that the event was winning back the support of the local film industry.
CJ Entertainment will acquire a 40% stake in Cinema Service in a move likely to further expand its influence on the South Korean film industry. Cinema Service CEO Kang Woo-suk will keep the remaining…
"Two Cops," a new Korean comedy, proves that the police genre can easily] cross national and language barriers. This character-driven farce, about the relationship of a corrupt, easygoing cop and his…
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