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Jeonju film festival line-up announced

Jeonju film festival line-up announced JEONJU (Yonhap) -- Screenings of the largest-ever number of films and a number of experimental and socially critical films are among the highlights in the line...

Updated : 2017.03.28 11:11

Director Park Chan-wook awarded Florence cultural honor

South Korean movie director Park Chan-woo was bestowed an award from the Italian city government of Florence in recognition of his role in connecting the cultures of the two countries and his contrib...

Updated : 2017.03.26 20:17

Lee Byung-hun signs contract with major Hollywood agency

South Korean actor Lee Byung-hun has recently signed up with a major Hollywood star agency that also manages Angelina Jolie, his local agency said Friday. "Lee has received many offers from large Am...

Updated : 2017.03.24 19:23

3 Korean films presold in Hong Kong film market

Three South Korean films have been presold to Asian markets, including Japan, China, Taiwan and the Philippines, during the Hong Kong International Film & TV Market last week, their local distributor...

Updated : 2017.03.24 13:46

[Box Office] Movies in theaters this week

The Prison (Korea) Opened March 23 Crime, action. Directed by Na Hyun Ik-ho (Han Suk-kyu) reigns as king at a local prison, whose inmates escape outside at night to commit undetectable crimes thr...

Updated : 2017.03.24 11:54

[Movie Review] Gang’s still all the rage in ‘T2 Trainspotting’

Looked at logically, “T2 Trainspotting” should not work as well as it does. In fact, it shouldn’t work at all. But up there on the screen, where it matters, the dark magic remains intact and logic...

Updated : 2017.03.24 11:52

[Movie Review] Terrence Malick’s ‘Song to Song’ finds beauty, frustration and hope in Austin music scene

There comes a moment in “Song to Song,” the latest cinematic symphony written and directed by Terrence Malick, when Ryan Gosling pauses to tell Cate Blanchett, “You’re beautiful.” It’s a suprem...

Updated : 2017.03.24 11:51

Films ‘Age of Shadows,’ ‘Net’ continue to sell abroad

A handful of Korean films were sold abroad after showcases at the Hong Kong International Film & TV Market last week, film distributor Finecut said Friday. “One Step,” a romantic film featuring th...

Updated : 2017.03.24 11:51

Marvel’s ‘Black Panther’ filming brings Hollywood action to Busan

BUSAN - The shooting of a Hollywood action flick in Busan had residents of Korea’s largest port city excited Tuesday night. The street bordering Gwangalli Beach in Busan was closed at 8 p.m. on Tue...

Updated : 2017.03.23 17:26

Park Chan-wook to receive Key to Florence

Korean director Park Chan-wook, who was met with global acclaim for last year’s erotic thriller “The Handmaiden,” will receive an award from Italy‘s Florence city government for his contributions...

Updated : 2017.03.23 17:21

Choi Min-sik to star in film that ‘properly deals with politics’

Choi Min-sik, best known to international audiences for his role as a vengeful prisoner in the 2003 neo-noir “Oldboy,” tackles his first role as a politician in the upcoming film “Special Citizen....

Updated : 2017.03.22 15:24

‘Midnight Runners’ sold to 6 countries

The upcoming action flick “Midnight Runners” has been sold in advance to some six countries at the Hong Kong International Film & TV Market, which took place from March 13-16. Rights to the film h...

Updated : 2017.03.22 15:22

‘The Handmaiden’ notches 4 awards at AFA

Director Park Chan-wook’s film “The Handmaiden” notched four awards at the 11th Asian Film Awards held Tuesday in Hong Kong. The 2016 thriller took the award for best supporting actress for Moon ...

Updated : 2017.03.22 15:07

[Herald Review] ‘One Line’ tries to discuss money, but falls short

The new bank scam thriller “One Line” traces a very specific type of crime that emerged around 2005. By then, Korea’s economy had recovered to a certain extent from the 1997 Asian financial crisi...

Updated : 2017.03.21 17:27

Lee Je-hoon cast as English tutor in new film

Lee Je-hoon will star in the upcoming film “I Can Speak” (unofficial translation), a story of two people who bond through learning English. Lee, who currently stars in the tvN romantic comedy seri...

Updated : 2017.03.20 19:34