Handsome and accomplished, but also an increasingly dirge-like chronicle of woes as it marches into its third hour, this artistically impressive achievement perhaps demands more patience than it…
Re-creating a 1948 massacre of civilians by the South Korean army on that nation's Jeju Island, "Jiseul" uses disconnected images in pristine monochrome to tell a story that's as hazy and haunting as…
BUSAN, Korea -- The Asian Film Market at Busan's Busan Exhibition Convention Center wrapped Thursday with Royston Tan's "69" nabbing the Asian Project Market's Busan Award.
The Asian Project Market aims to encourage collaborations between Asian and non-Asian filmmakers. Projects at this year's APM encompass a wide range of regions from Asia to the Netherlands, to…
Korean helmer Park Jung-bum's debut, "The Journals of Musan," has been acquired by Star Sands for Japan and SNRT for Morocco TV.
Pic exposes the marginalization of escapees from the North through a protag whose unsophisticated yet steady moral compass is battered by people mired in cynicism or worse.
Stars from Hollywood's Walk of Fame will grace the Red City's red carpet this year at the Marrakech Film Fest.
Asia's industryites left the 15th Pusan Film Festival encouraged by the strength of the biz within the region, and saddened by the departure of fest director Kim Dong-ho, who has run the show since…
Unlike Japan and China, South Korea has never been a location for major Hollywood productions.
A woman takes up writing poems to cope with her difficult grandson and the onset of Alzheimer's.
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