Films by Language


Abduction: The Megumi Yokota Story

Chris Sheridan, Patty Kim

Gripping documentary account (produced by Jane Campion) of the outrageous conspiracy exposed in the aftermath of a 13-year-old Japanese girl’s abduction in 1977.

A Bittersweet Life

Dalkomhan Insaeng

Kim Jee-woon

Formidable Korean director of The Quiet Family and A Tale of Two Sisters returns with stunning blend of icy noir, ultra-violence and wicked black humour.

The Host

Gue mool

Bong Joon-ho

This Cannes hit from Korea is a full-bodied horror show that's both scary and hilarious.

Host & Guest


Shin Dong-Il

This witty, involving Korean indie charts the uneasy, incredibly odd friendship that develops between an irascible film scholar and a naïve young Christian.

In Between Days

So Yong Kim

Korean American So Yong Kim explores the ghost world of teenage alienation with watchful, intelligent minimalism. Judged Best Film in the Sundance dramatic competition.

Sympathy for Lady Vengeance

Chinjeolhan geumjassi

Park Chan-wook

Korean director Park Chan-wook (Oldboy) delivers the third of his phenomenal revenge trilogy, concerning an angelic murderess who guards a deadly secret.

Tale of Cinema

Geuk jang jeon

Hong Sang-soo

Korean Hong Sang-soo (Turning Gate, The Virgin Stripped Bare…) continues his distinctly personal brand of filmmaking with this wry story about sex, lies and cinematic one-upmanship.