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  • Film Review: 'Gyeongju'

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - The South Korean city of Gyeongju is known for its hundreds of burial mounds, making this town with its head in the past a fitting backdrop for director Zhang Lu's exquisitely observed personal drama. Inspired by an obscene painting the Chinese-Korean helmer once spotted on the wall of a local teahouse, "Gyeongju" follows a young(ish) man's search for the same naughty artwork -- a curious quest with bemusing consequences. Running an unhurried 145 minutes, the poetic pic came and went quietly in Korea earlier this summer, but should court more receptive international audiences thanks to a fest slot in Locarno.
  • Korean Hit-Makers to Host Seminar in Busan Market

    HONG KONG -- Film-makers behind South Korea's string of recent blockbuster hits will convene at an event to be held as part of the Busan festival's Asian Film Market. Only those whose films have exceeded 10 million ticket sales within Korea are invited...

    Iran's Asghar Farhadi to Head Busan Festival Jury

    SEOUL -- Iranian filmmaker, Asghar Farhadi ("A Separation") will lead the main competition jury at October's Busan film festival (Oct. 2-11, 2014) Fellow jurors who will award a $30,000 prize to the winner of the New Currents Asian film competition...

    The appalling 'If I Stay' is cello pudding

    The appalling 'If I Stay' is cello pudding
    0.5 stars (out of four) This movie is so bad I sort of can’t believe it. In the appalling “If I Stay,” a guaranteed Oscar winner if the Academy adds a category for Movie Most Likely to Mislead Viewers About Comas, Mia (Chloe Grace...

    Although familiar, 'The Giver's' tale is well-told

    "The Giver," director Phillip Noyce's handsomely wrought take on Lois Lowry's bestseller, may suffer for sins not of its own making. It's the latest in the long line of movies "The Hunger Games," "Divergent," "Ender's Game," "The Host," "How I Live Now"...