Films by Language


Aachi & Ssipak

Aachi-wa Ssipak

Jo Beom-jin

Set in a future where humans convert excrement into energy, this lowbrow, animated action/comedy from Korea is a jet-propelled, politically incorrect and completely vulgar spectacle.

Comrades in Dreams

Uli Gaulke

This documentary valentine to the pleasures of cinema looks at four independent theatre owners in very different parts of the world who dedicate their lives to showing films.

Crossing the Line

Daniel Gordon

Fascinating documentary story of Private James Dresnok, who deserted the US army in 1962 to build a life in communist North Korea, where he raised a family and became a propaganda film star.

A Dirty Carnival

Biyeolhan geori

Yoo Ha

The familiar tale of the rookie crook rising up the ranks by any means possible gets a fresh, invigorating polish in this richly entertaining, emotionally textured Korean gangster movie.

No Mercy for the Rude

Yeui-eomneun geotdeul

Park Chulhee

An eccentric hit man resolves to kill only the rude and bad mannered in this genre-bending mélange of film noir, slapstick comedy and hyperbolic violence. A Korean Tarantino is born.