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    New Indie Distributor Grasshopper Film Acquires Award-Winning 'Right Now, Wrong Then'

    Hong Sang-soo's time-bending romance was the darling of last year's Locarno International Film Festival.

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    Here Are the 2015 Locarno Film Festival Winners

    Director Hong Sang-soo took home his second Golden Leopard for "Right Now, Wrong Then."

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    Locarno Review: 'Right Now, Wrong Then' is Hong Sang-soo's 'Groundhog Day'

    The South Korean director delivers another structurally clever character study with surprisingly potent results.

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    Polish Auteur Andrzej Zulawski Emerges for First Film in 15 Years

    The Locarno Film Festival has landed Zulawski's very-long-awaited 'Cosmos,' along with the work of another prized auteur.

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    Toronto Review: Hong Sang-soo's 'Hill of Freedom' is Full of Soul

    The Korean director delivers another distinctive comedy (with plenty of drinking, of course).

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    Venice Review: Hong Sang-soo’s Slight, Gentle ‘Hill of Freedom’

    It’s a pretty bombastic title, but Hong Sang-soo’s slender, 66-minute-long “Hill of Freedom” is nothing if not unassuming. Careful not to trespass on our time or goodwill even a second longer than it should, the film is a modest return to Hong’s prevailing themes of love, both requited and unrequite...

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    Watch: Charming Trailer & 4 Clips For Hong Sang-Soo's 'Hill Of Freedom' Playing Venice, TIFF & NYFF

    South Korean director and festival regular Hong Sang-Soo’s latest film “Hill of Freedom” is slated to screen at three of the major fall-season festivals —the Venice Film Festival, which kicked off yesterday, the Toronto International Film Festival, starting next week, and the New York International ...

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