South Korea's Oscar-contender "The Age of Shadows" has been acquired for distribution in several territories in Europe, Asia and South America. Directed by Kim Jee-woon, the period espionage film was…
Kim Jee-woon’s foreign-language Oscars contender, "The Age of Shadows," remained on top of the Korean box office for the third consecutive weekend. It suffered a steep decline of 78% following the…
South Korea's foreign-language Oscars contender "The Age of Shadows" topped the Korean box office. Opening on Wednesday, the Warner Bros. release scored $16.0 million from 2.17 million admissions…
Unfolding in classic actioner style, this rousing gem has everything one wants for an evening's entertainment, from the irresistible pull of a spy thriller to terrific technical specs.
Kim Ji-woon's "Age of Shadows," Warner Bros.' first Korean-language production, has been selected as South Korea's contender for the foreign-language Academy Award race. The film (aka “Mil-jeong”) is…
Korean-language movies “Bad Lieutenant” and Lee Byung-hun starring “A Single Rider” are next up on the local language slate of Warner Bros. The Hollywood studio’s Korean production drive is poised to…
Korean commercial films set in the Japanese colonial era have a checkered history at the box office. Most films taking pace in that epoch, including "The Anarchists" (2000), "Blue Swallow" (2005)…
Finecut grabs rights to Kim Jee-woon's "The Age of Shadows," the first film produced and presented by Warner Bros. Korea.
Warner Bros. is to finance and distribute its first ever Korean-language movie, "Secret Agent".
Iconic 'Asian Wave' titles "Oldboy," "Election," "Shutter" and "A Tale of Two Sisters" set for digital re-releases.
Kim Jee-woon's 30-minute spy thriller showcases the visual potential of ScreenX, a new 270-degree exhibition system.