Around this time last year, Park Chan-wook cut a striking figure in front of the Berlinale Palast as he staged a lone protest against the reduced screen quota in South Korea.
New talent from Korea includes Hur Jin-ho, Park Jin-pyo, Kim Ah-Joong, more...
Boasting one of the world's most vibrant star systems outside Hollywood and India, South Korea is a place where talent wields real influence. So it may not be surprising to learn that one of the…
Films include "I'm a Cybory, but That's OK," "Desert Dream" and "The Restless"
A college student stumbles into a life of crime as a drug dealer's gofer in jaunty, oddly dark-seamed comedy "Easy Skanking." A solid-gold hit in its native Denmark last autumn, third feature by…
Undeterred by a lack of talent, a big-hearted doofus pursues dream of being a rocker in amiable if overlong Finnish laffer "Rock 'n' Roll Never Dies." Tongue-in-cheek humor and a daffy streak of…
There's no doubt a cinematographer is at the helm of "Tides," Diego Martinez Vignatti's skillfully crafted but emotionally distant feature debut as director. The Argentinian lenser ("Battle in…
The amusement inherent in watching Hugh Grant play a washed-up '80s boy-band pop star angling for a comeback provides "Music and Lyrics" with its catchy hook. Sitcommy in structure and execution…
With a pic in every category of the Berlinale, Czech cinema is on a roll.
The British Film Institute has sold its restored version of the classic Terence Davies movie "Distant Voices, Still Lives" to Bac Films in France and Sharmill Films in Australasia.