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Berlin: Cinema Guild Takes U.S. Rights to Hong Sang-soo’s ‘The Woman Who Ran’

New York boutique distributor Cinema Guild has picked up U.S. rights to Hong Sang-soo's 'The Woman Who Ran' on the heels of its world premiere at the 70th Berlin International Film Festival, where…

‘The Woman Who Ran’ (‘Domangchin yeoja’): Film Review | Berlin 2020

Korean art house darling Hong Sang-soo's 24th feature in 24 years, 'The Woman Who Ran,' stars current muse Kim Min-hee as a woman who visits several friends on the outskirts of Seoul.

‘Hotel by the River’ (‘Gangbyun Hotel’): Film Review | Locarno 2018

Prolific South Korean director Hong Sang-soo premiered his 22nd feature, 'Hotel by the River,' in competition at the Locarno Film Festival.

Berlin: Kim Ki-duk, Hong Sang-soo Films Secure Early Sales

Sales banner Finecut has sold the South Korean festival and market titles 'Human, Space, Time and Human,' 'Grass' and 'Last Child.'

Cannes: Hong Sang-soo’s ‘The Day After,’ ‘Claire’s Camera’ Seal Multiple Deals

'On the Beach at Night Alone,' the Silver Berlin Bear-winning film also directed by the South Korean auteur, enjoyed additional sales at Cannes.

‘The Day After’ (‘Geu-hu’): Film Review | Cannes 2017

Prolific writer-director Hong Sang-soo's second film at this year's Cannes Film Festival, and his first film in competition, is called 'The Day After' and again stars Kim Min-hee ('Claire's Camera').

‘On the Beach at Night Alone’ (‘Bamui haebyun-eoseo honja’): Film Review | Berlin 2017

South Korean director Hong Sang-soo returns to his master theme of what love means in men and women's lives with 'On the Beach at Night Alone' ('Bamui haebyun-eoseo honja'), starring Kim Min-hee as…

‘Yourself and Yours’ (‘Dangsinjasingwa dangsinui geot’): Film Review | TIFF 2016

Multiple versions of the same woman search for love on the city steets in Korean director Hong Sang-soo's latest Toronto premiere.

Locarno: Hong Sang-soo Wins Top Prize

The Korean director takes the Golden Leopard for 'Right Now, Wrong Then.'

‘Right Now, Wrong Then’ (‘Jigeumeun matgo geuttaeneun teullida’): Locarno Review

Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo's latest stars Jung Jae-young and Kim Min-hee as a film director and aspiring painter who meet and spend the same day together, twice.

‘A Matter of Interpretation’ (‘Kkum-bo-da Hae-mong’): Film Review

Long-time Hong Sang-soo collaborators Lee Kwang-kuk and Yu Jun-sang team up on a quirky comedy about an estranged couple and a dream-reading cop.

‘Hill of Freedom’ (‘Jayueui onduk’): Venice Review

Hong Sang-soo's latest film unleashes Japanese star Ryo Kase as a lovelorn man searching for an old flame in Seoul.