Isabelle Huppert proves she’s one of the great comic performers in this delightfully meandering character piece from Hong Sang-soo.
Outgoing artistic director Carlo Chatrian delivers the world cinema goods for his final edition at the helm.
Films from Michel Gondry, Manoel de Oliveira, and a slew of newcomers will play alongside the Official Selection announced last week.
The Korean filmmaker's latest drama climbs through the floors of an apartment building and finds pockets of quotidian life.
President Kristen Stewart will also pass judgement on films by Matt Johnson and Angela Schanelec.
By Weiting Liu
A filmmaker and his estranged daughter visit an old friend in Hong Sang-soo's latest riff on the connection between art and romance.
A South Korean ex-pat returns to her homeland and reconnects with old acquaintances in Hong Sang-soo's magical, melancholy drama.
By Matt Turner
Hong Sang-soo interrogates the function of art in his seemingly self-reflective latest feature.
By Matt Turner
A young man travels to Berlin in the latest lilting relationship drama from South Korea’s Hong Sang-soo.
A young actor works on his relationships with his father and girlfriend in the Korean master’s newest feature.
This year’s two-part edition will also play host to Daniel Brühl’s directorial debut.
Our countdown of the finest cinematic offerings from 2000 to 2009 continues. How many have you seen?
A woman catches up with three close friends in this charming situational drama from South Korea’s Hong Sang-soo.
They’ll be joined by Abel Ferrara and Tsai Ming-liang when the festival kicks off in February.
A smorgasbord of international cinematic treasures was on offer at this year's festival.
Three scenarios for who might win big at this year’s prize giving.
Another day, another delicate, insightful gem from Korean director Hong Sang-soo.