|To the Last Day
이 생명 다하도록
|I Saengmyeong Dahadorok
|I Saengmyŏng Dahatorok
|Woon Sa Han
To the Last Day (Korean : 이 생명 다하도록 Saengmyeong Dahadorok) is a 1960 South Korean drama film directed by Shin Sang-ok. It was entered into the 12th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Silver Bear Extraordinary Jury Prize.
Joint Security Area is a 2000 South Korean mystery thriller film starring Song Kang-ho, Lee Byung-hun and Lee Young-ae. It was directed by Park Chan-wook and is based on the novel DMZ by Park Sang-yeon. The film, which was shot on location in South Korea, concerns an investigation into the circumstances surrounding a fatal shooting incident within the DMZ, the heavily fortified border that separates North and South Korea.
Hong Sang-soo is a South Korean film director and screenwriter. An acclaimed and prolific filmmaker, Hong is known for his slow-paced films about love affairs and everyday dilemmas in contemporary South Korea.
Shin Sang-ok was a South Korean filmmaker with more than 100 producer and 70 director credits to his name. His best-known films were made in the 1950s and 60s, many of them collaborations with his wife Choi Eun-hee, when he was known as "The Prince of South Korean Cinema". He received posthumously the Gold Crown Cultural Medal, the country's top honor for an artist.
Jeonju International Film Festival is an Asian film festival. It was launched in 2000 as a non-competitive film festival with partial competition. It introduces independent and experimental films to focus on the alternative course of contemporary film art.
South Korean films have been heavily influenced by such events and forces as the Korea under Japanese rule, the Korean War, government censorship, the business sector, globalization, and the democratization of South Korea.
This Charming Girl is a South Korean drama film written and directed by Lee Yoon-ki.
Nikolai Shin was an Uzbekistani painter of Korean descent, sometimes referred to by Korean newspapers as the "Picasso of Asia".
Hwa-Om-Kyung is a 1993 South Korean film written and directed by Jang Sun-woo. It is an adaptation of the famous Mahayana sutra, Avatamsaka Sutra.
The Memorial Gate for Virtuous Women, also known as Bound by Chastity Rules, (Korean: 열녀문) is a 1962 South Korean film directed by Shin Sang-ok. It was chosen as Best Film at the Grand Bell Awards. It was also entered into the 13th Berlin International and Cannes Film Festivals.
Kim Min-hee is a South Korean actress and model. She rose to international fame for her role as Lady Hideko in Park Chan-wook's 2016 film The Handmaiden. Since then, she has solely acted in the films of her partner, Hong Sang-soo. She won the Silver Bear for Best Actress for her performance in Hong's 2017 film On the Beach at Night Alone.
Kim Seo-hyung is a South Korean actress. She is best known for her portrayal as the evil mistress Shin Ae-ri in the SBS revenge drama Temptation of Wife (2008) and as Coach Kim in the JTBC television series Sky Castle (2018), for which she received a Best Actress nomination at the 55th Baeksang Arts Awards.
Bandhobi is a 2009 South Korean independent film directed by Shin Dong-il, about a frustrated and rebellious high school student who ends up becoming a friend of a migrant worker from Bangladesh who is desperate to receive his unpaid wages back. The title means "friend" in Bengali.
Horror Stories 2 is a 2013 horror omnibus film made up of four episodes by four South Korean directors. It screened at the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival and Sitges Film Festival in 2013, and won the Silver Raven prize in the International Competition at the 2014 Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival.
Ann Shin is a filmmaker and writer based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Shin Su-won is a South Korean film director and screenwriter. Shin wrote and directed Passerby #3 (2010), Pluto (2013) and Madonna (2015). Her short film Circle Line won the Canal+ Prize for Best Short Film at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
SEOUL International Women's Film Festival is an annual film festival held in Seoul, South Korea. The first festival took place on April 1, 1997, which marked the second appearance of the international film festival in Korea following Busan International Film Festival launched in 1996. This was a time when there was not a clear idea on how to define a film festival. During this time, SEOUL International Women's Film Festival came up with the catchphrase "See The World Through Women's Eyes." This phrase set its main goal to introduce women's films that explore “women’s reality from the women’s perspectives.”
Zhang Lü is a Chinese filmmaker. Zhang was originally a novelist before embarking on a career in cinema. His arthouse films have mostly focused on the disenfranchised, particularly ethnic Koreans living in China; these include Grain in Ear (2006), Desert Dream (2007), Dooman River (2011), Scenery (2013), and Gyeongju (2014).
An Emissary of No Return is a 1984 North Korean historical drama film directed by Shin Sang-ok and Choi Eun-hee. It was the first of four films Shin and Choi made during their abduction to North Korea under the orders of Kim Jong Il. Adapted from Bloody Conference(혈분만국회 ), a play allegedly written by Kim Il Sung during his guerrilla years, the film retells the dramatized story of the Hague Secret Emissary Affair. The affair ensued when the Korean emperor king Gojong sent three unauthorized emissaries to the talks of the Hague Convention of 1907.
Introduction is a 2021 South Korean drama film written, directed, produced, photographed, scored and edited by Hong Sang-soo. The film stars Shin Seok-ho, Park Mi-so and Kim Min-hee.
Hommage is a 2021 South Korean film directed by Shin Su-won, starring Lee Jung-eun, Kwon Hae-hyo, Tang Jun-sang, and Lee Joo-shil. The film depicts a cinema time travel of a middle-aged film director that connects 1962 and 2022. It was released in theaters on May 26, 2022.