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“Gyeongju” movie will be shown at the TIFF – ‘City to City’ Program

Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)


Gyeongju TIFF
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Bringing international cities to Toronto audiences. A snapshot of where’s hot right now. This year’s spotlight: Seoul, South Korea.

  • A Dream of Iron (Cheol-ae-kum), de Kelvin Kyung Kun Park, South Korea/USA Canadian Premiere
  • A Girl at My Door (Dohee-Ya), de July Jung, South Korea North American Premiere
  • A Hard Day (Kkeut-kka-ji-gan-da), de Kim Seong-hun, South Korea North American Premiere
  • Alive (Sanda), de Park Jung-bum, South Korea North American Premiere
  • Cart (Ka-teu), de Boo Ji-Young, South Korea World Premiere
  • Confession (Jo-Eun-Chin-Goo-Deul), de Lee Do-yun, South Korea International Premiere
  • Gyeongju, de Zhang Lu, South Korea North American Premiere
  • Scarlet Innocence, de Yim Pil-sung, South Korea World Premiere

Source: tiff.netpremiososcar.net 

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Park Hae-il and Sin Min-ah to attend Locarno with “Gyeongju” (Hancinema)


‘Gyeongju’ [Herald Review]

[Herald Review] Between life and death lies ‘Gyeongju’

Korean-Chinese director Zhang Lu explores the meaning of life and death in his new movie

Gyeongju, an ancient city in the southeastern part of South Korea, is renowned as a popular destination for school field trips. Schoolchildren cluster around the remains from the Silla Kingdom (B.C. 57 to A.D. 935) and pose for pictures in front of royal tombs or pagodas that date back 1,500 years.

The city, known for its authentic landscape, partway between the ancient and the modern, will have a more dynamic and aesthetic taste when Korean-Chinese director Zhang Lu’s new movie “Gyeongju” comes out in theaters this week. 

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