Asian film festivals

How to watch movies online in Les Biffes?

For the first time, the Bengaluru International Film Festival (Biffes) will screen films online. In a bid to meet the challenges of the pandemic, organizers are expected to host the festival in a hybrid model from March 3-10. So how does this system work? Online movie screening is a new …

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Ukrainian Film Academy calls for boycott of Russian cinema after invasion

The Ukrainian Film Academy has called for an international boycott of Russian cinema as military troops step up their invasion of Ukraine. The academy, which said it speaks on behalf of the society of Ukrainian film professionals and cultural figures, filed an online petition calling on film institutions and professionals …

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PH cinema’s global victories will be honored at the FDCP’s cinema ambassadors evening

John Arcilla will lead the winners of the 6th Film Ambassadors Night of the Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) to be held on February 27 at the newly renovated Metropolitan Theater (MET). John won the Volpi Cup at the 78th Venice International Film Festival for his fine performance …

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Chrissie Chau’s lead actress in Macao film Madalena nominated for Best Actress at Hong Kong Film Awards

MACAO, February 23 – The list of nominees of the “40and Hong Kong Film Awards’ came out recently. Actress Chrissie Chau was nominated for Best Actress as she was the lead actress in the Macau film Madalena, one of the projects selected under the “Feature Film Production Support Program” of …

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San Francisco Arts and Culture Scene Comes to Life in 2022 | India is blooming

Few cities can boast a similar concentration of world-renowned arts organizations, such a rich array of smaller arts organizations, or such a deep community of creative artists and performers as San Francisco – who contribute all to the unique character of the city. Read on for the latest arts and …

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mahishasur marddini: Mahishasur Marddini competing with international films at the Bengaluru Film Festival | Bengali Cinema News

Mahishasur Marddini (Eng: A Night to Remember) by Ranjan Ghosh will compete with 13 other films from Iran, Israel, Japan, China, Philippines, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Afghanistan and Bangladesh in the Asian Cinema Competition section of the 13th Bengaluru International Film Festival. The festival will start on March 3 and run until …

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Turn off the lights! The Big Muddy Film Festival returns to familiar surroundings

CARBONDALE — As the 44th annual Big Muddy Film Festival prepares for another year of showcasing some of the best independent filmmakers, one of Southern Illinois University Carbondale’s signature events will return to a more familiar setting: a theater. After the 2021 edition was limited to a virtual format due …

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A woman’s journey to independence – LE CAROLINIEN

Moulins de Corban Personal editor On February 2, 2022, I had the honor of watching a special screening of “I Am Belmaya”, a documentary about a Nepalese woman who navigates her way through Nepal’s caste system. Belmaya Nepali gains independence by using cinema to break down this social stratification. Belmaya …

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Bangladeshi Rubaiyat Hossain prepares Berlin co-production market project “Difficult Bride”

Acclaimed Bangladeshi director Rubaiyat Hossain, known for her powerful women-centric films, has a new project participating in the Berlinale Co-Production Market and is launching a Female Filmmaker Fellowship. Her Berlinale co-production market project, “The Difficult Bride,” follows Novera, a bride-to-be from present-day Dhaka who is in love with the groom …

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EFM’s Themba Bhebhe explains why structural change is needed in the film industry | News

The theme of diversity and inclusion is at the heart of this year’s European Film Market Online Industry Sessions, taking place under the banner ‘Shaping Change’. Themba Bhebhe, who leads diversity and inclusion for the EFM, has put together a series of in-depth discussions, podcasts and special initiatives tackling issues …

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Things to do in Miami: Wynwood Life Festival, February 19-20, 2022

Life is slowly but surely returning to its colorful and tangy image in Wynwood. And what better indicator than to see the Wynwood Life festival back on the calendar? After a year-long hiatus, the eighth installment of the multi-faceted shindig premieres February 19-20 at Wynwood Marketplace. In line with previous …

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My Journey to the Oscars: Juho Kuosmanen, ‘Compartment 6’ Director

In a new series, Variety meets the directors of the films shortlisted for the International Feature Film Oscar to discuss their journey to the awards, what they’ve learned so far and what caught them off guard. A crush that quickly became a word-of-mouth hit at Cannes, Juho Kuosmanen’s “Compartment No. …

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National Arts Month: Even cemeteries are being used as places to keep the arts alive during the pandemic

MANILA, Philippines — The annual celebration of National Arts Month in February is mandated under Presidential Proclamation No. 683, issued in 1991. In 1992, Republic Act 7356 appointed six agencies to carry out national arts and culture guidelines. These are the offices of the National Museum of the Philippines, the …

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Rye alum produces documentary to raise awareness about domestic violence

Reading time: 4 minutes By Pooja Rambaran In April 2016, while in her second year of journalism at Ryerson, Serena Lalani, then 19, wrote a blog post detailing her escape from an abusive relationship. After years of muscle aches and bruises, jealousy, possessiveness and hateful words spat out at her, …

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Festivals are a space for new voices and political debate, Rotterdam panel finds | News

IDFA Artistic Director Orwa Nyrabia spoke virtually with three filmmakers at the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR) to highlight the growing importance of festivals as spaces for political debate. Nyrabia was joined by US-based artist, programmer and researcher Abby Sun, and Indian filmmakers Pooja Shetty and Neil Pagedar. They urged …

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12 Filipino movies to watch in 2022

The columnist (center) with Jun Robles Lana (right) — director of ‘Amoral’ and ‘About Us But Not About Us’ — and director Percy Intalan. Filipino cinema is alive and well – take a look at some of the films slated for release this year. Despite being in the midst of …

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Asian Film Festivals in 2022 – The Reel Bits

The past two years have made us think about what the future of film festivals could be. After all, global festivals have evolved so much over the past few years that they might need to take a Dramamine for motion sickness. Yet cinema always finds a way. As we look …

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Netflix, Tribeca Studios and Gold House Unveil Three API Directors for First-Ever Future Gold Film Fellowship

Netflix, Tribeca Studios and Gold House have teamed up to launch the first promotion of the Future Gold Film Fellowship, featuring directors Lloyd Lee Choi, Erin Lau and Derek Nguyen. The Gold Film Fellowship was designed with Asian and Pacific Islander (API) filmmakers in mind and will give all three …

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The best things to do in Dallas this weekend – Lunar New Year celebrations, Galentine pop-ups and film festivals

From Lunar New Year celebrations to Galentine’s Day pop-ups, these are the best things to do in Dallas this weekend. Vietnamese Ngon Cuisine celebrates the Lunar New Year with a 3-day festival. (Photo by Thanin Viriyaki) Celebrate the Lunar New Year The second weekend of 15th Annual Asia Time Square …

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‘Thought Hope Frozen’ had gone as far as it could: Pailin Wedel

The Emmy-winning film, now streaming on Netflix, proves that life, death, science and religion are not mutually exclusive After creating waves at over 20 festivals around the world and winning a plethora of awards, the Thai film, frozen hopen, won none other than Best Emmy Award recently. It is also …

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Last Minute Weekend Ideas in the DC Area 1/20-1/23

A “Roomie-bot”. Photo courtesy of Arts and Industries Building. Have a nice week end Hello neighbor, A scoop for you! The National Geographic Museum has just announced that it reopen in February with two exhibitions: “Once Upon a Climb: Stories From Everest” and “The Greatest Wildlife Photographs”. The museum offers …

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‘Bravo’ for a South Asian girl – Times News Online

Published on January 14, 2022 at 9:03 p.m. Anjali is a girl who is not afraid to take on challenges. She won’t let them stop her from achieving her goals. She looks a lot like Sheetal Sheth, author of the picture books that started with “Always Anjali” and the second …

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Film industry executives weigh pros and cons of attending Berlin

Berlin’s Martin Gropius Bau building won’t be bustling with the frenetic dealings of the European film market, but the global film industry is still considering trips to Germany for an in-person Berlinale. Sales companies with a film at the festival, which runs February 10-16, largely plan to show up, and …

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Sight, Sound & Story: Live Presents “Behind the Lens: Shooting the Western Film” on January 27

Get a behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the western with the acclaimed DPs of ‘The Harder They Fall’ and ‘Old Henry’ NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, Jan. 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Manhattan Edit Workshop’s ‘Sight, Sound & Story: Live’ monthly online event series continues on Jan. 27 ‘Behind the …

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Adobe: Keep it real with the filmmaker, educator and co-founder of the Don Mua festival

Stay real with filmmaker, educator and co-founder of the Don Muña festival Where I’m from: Don Muña Natural splendor is part of the daily life of Guam-based filmmaker and educator Don Muña, who co-founded the Guam International Film Festival (GIFF) 10 years ago with his brother Kel. Here, tropical breezes …

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Best of LGBTQ LA Readers’ Choice Award 2022 finalists vote

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF), presented annually by Visual Communications (VC), announced this week as the first series of films to be screened as part of the 37th annual Festival, which will be a hybrid event taking place virtually and in person at …

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January Food and Drink Events in Greater Phoenix

[ad_1] You might be in an eating coma after Christmas and New Years, but there are definitely some must-see food events in January. Whether it is learning about the relationship between farmers and restaurants, a magical afternoon tea and several beer festivals, it is sure to be a fun start …

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Should small eyes offend the Chinese? Debate over triggers for a new movie

[ad_1] Chinese animated film I am what I am has been embroiled in controversy since its inception on December 17, simultaneously receiving a tidal wave of five-star reviews and negative comments on Douban, China’s response to IMDb. The harsh words mostly focus on the size and shape of the eyes …

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The 13th edition of the Bengaluru International Film Festival will be held in February 2022

[ad_1] The 13th edition of the Bengaluru International Film Festival (BIFFES) is scheduled to be held in February 2022. The announcement was made by the festival’s organizer, Karnataka Chalanachitra Academy. The event was scheduled to take place in April 2021 but has been postponed due to the pandemic. A statement …

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Bill to grant incentives to winning artists tabled

[ad_1] Paolo Romero – The Filipino Star December 27, 2021 | 00h00 MANILA, Philippines – A bill to provide incentives to award-winning filmmakers, writers, artists and performers at international film festivals and other prestigious competitions has been introduced in the Senate. Senator Sonny Angara introduced Senate Bill 2467 or the …

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Kazakh film “Poet” enters the program of the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival

[ad_1] NUR-SULTAN – “Akyn” (“Poet”) a movie directed by Kazakh director Darezhan Omirbayev is among the top ten titles at Forum 2022 – a prestigious program of the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival, better known as Berlinale, one of the largest annual film festivals in the world, Kazakhfilm press service …

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Bucks County Playhouse Launches South Asian Art Initiative

[ad_1] NEW HOPE, PA – Producers at Bucks County Playhouse on Tuesday announced a new multidisciplinary program called the South Asian Artistic Initiative, designed to showcase the impact of South Asian heritage arts and artists. Local producers Alexander Fraser, Robyn Goodman and Josh Fiedler are teaming up with producer, director …

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How She Moves is an ode to a beloved teacher and her resistance

[ad_1] The short documentary traces the inspiring life of Indu Mitha, one of Pakistan’s last classical dance teachers. “You are what you can do,” says 90-year-old Indu Mitha, a teacher from Bharatnatyam who has dedicated her life to teaching dance in Pakistan. Directed and produced by Anya Raza and Ayesha …

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Mike Silva, candidate for Newark East neighborhood council seat, announces lead campaign team

[ad_1] Michael J. Silva, candidate for the open council seat in East Newark, today announced key members of his campaign team. “I couldn’t be happier to announce the formation of our campaign’s senior management team,” said Michael J. Silva. “Throughout my career, I have dedicated my life to serving our …

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ViacomCBS Directors Initiative Defines Five For Its Class 2021-22 – Deadline

[ad_1] This is scene 1, Take 1 for class 2021-22 from the initiative of the directors of ViacomCBS. This year’s group, which is guaranteed to lead a television episode on CBS, includes Julie Herlocker, Joy T. Lane Steven J. Kung, Pat Santana and Bao Tran. The initiative provides a platform …

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Full Circle Lab Philippines extended for three years | News

[ad_1] The Film Development Council of the Philippines (FDCP) and the French production and consulting company Tatino Films are teaming up for a new three-year cycle (2022-2024) of the Full Circle Lab Philippines for film professionals from the Philippines and Southeast Asia. Launched in 2019, the Project and Talent Development …

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EP “American Experience” Cameo George Presents Upcoming Season

[ad_1] Since being named executive producer of “American Experience” in July 2020, Cameo George has been busy expanding and diversifying PBS’s roster of iconic historical documentary series, with the upcoming 34th season being the first fully produced. under his leadership. The new “American Experience” season kicks off February 7 with …

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The world of entertainment has seen a rebirth in 2021

[ad_1] After a year of closures and cancellations, 2021 has brought a rebirth and renewal to the entertainment industry. Glamor made a big comeback on catwalks and red carpets in Europe and the United States, which saw the return of the Met Gala and major film festivals and awards shows. …

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Filmocracy presents impact cinema at the second edition of the Filmocracy Fest

[ad_1] Filmocracy festival logo “We hope that our passion for making impact films will manifest in our programming,” says co-founder Paul Jun, who developed Filmocracy For Change with co-founder and programmer Jon Fitzgerald. “Filmocracy is dedicated to supporting impact filmmaking through education, mentorship and programming.” LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) December 07, …

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Bulbul director Paudel arrives with new movie “Rubber City”

[ad_1] KATMANDOU: Binod Paudel, director of Bulbul, is soon preparing a new feature film “Rubber City”. Shot in the United States, this film is a story of the struggles of Bhutanese refugees who languished in Nepal for over a decade and then resettled in the United States. The “Rubber City” …

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Lowell High School Documentary “Try Harder” Opens in San Francisco

[ad_1] SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) – High-performing Lowell High School in San Francisco has been in the news about the school district’s review of its admissions process. But while stories about Lowell often treat college students like faceless numbers, a new documentary opening Friday in major cities, including San Francisco, shines …

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Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles in Westfield Century City this Friday!

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival (LAAPFF), presented annually by Visual Communications (VC), announced this week as the first series of films to be screened as part of the 37th annual Festival, which will be a hybrid event taking place virtually and in person at …

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iview: Favorites of the AFTRS Festival | TV tonight

[ad_1] AFTRS Festival Favorites, a new award-winning short film program by students of the Australian Film Television and Radio School, will launch today on ABC iview. Each of the eight shorts has been screened at film festivals around the world – from the Wairoa Māori Film Festival in New Zealand …

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Farooki attends “No land’s man” screening at Cairo International Film Festival

[ad_1] Mostofa Sarwar Farooki attended the screening of “No Land’s Man” at the Cairo International Film Festival with AR Rahman, Megan Mitchel TBS Report November 29, 2021, 2:50 PM Last modification: November 29, 2021, 3:59 PM Farooki attended the screening of “No Land’s Man” at the Cairo International Film Festival …

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The film festival can be a platform to celebrate cinematic diversity

[ad_1] It is a space to celebrate criticism, festival, competition and idea. Jakarta (ANTARA) – The film festival could become a platform to celebrate diversity in the world of cinema, an official from the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research and Technology said on Saturday at the ‘an online press conference. …

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Singapore Media Festival opens local content to global possibilities

[ad_1] Even through tumultuous times marked by interrupted filming schedules and travel restrictions, the tenacity and drive to create authentic stories continues to propel Asian media far beyond all barriers. Now, after not meeting in person for a year – in some cases two years – press conferences and festivals …

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Film explores the experience of Chinese immigrants

[ad_1] Film explores the experience of Chinese immigrants published: Nov 24, 2021 at 4:00 AM A scene from the meditation park. photo courtesy of Colin Bentley The RCB Film Club is screening Meditation Park, a heartwarming film from Canada, at the RCB Forum, 2nd Floor of River City Bangkok, Charoen …

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Explore the rise of the Punjabi UK garage in this new film

[ad_1] Published on 22 November 2021 Category New Based on archival footage and interviews. A new documentary – titled The birth of Punjabi Garage – tells the story of the rise of the Punjabi garage in the UK. Co-produced by Yung Singh and Cameron Barnfield of Ministry of Sound, The …

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Business News | Stock market and stock market news | Financial news

[ad_1] Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds A 97 (Paytm) INE982J01020, PAYTM, 543396 IRCTC INE335Y01020, IRCTC, 542830 Tata power INE245A01021, TATAPOWER, 500400 Sapphire Food INE806T01012, SAPPHIRE, 543397 TIC INE154A01025, ITC, 500875 Search for quotes, news, net asset values ​​of mutual funds A 97 (Paytm) INE982J01020, PAYTM, …

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“American” dreams come true: UF professor launches film about American Muslims

[ad_1] Iman Zawahry For filmmaker Iman Zawahry, cinema is about creating nuanced narratives that more faithfully reflect real life than the stereotypes perpetuated by mass media. In short, his art is about pure storytelling, and Zawahry recently showcased his approach with his latest film, “Americanish,” which screened at the Fort …

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Cinedigm acquires North American rights to romantic comedy ‘7 Days’

[ad_1] The film, by the Duplass brothers, debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 17, 2021 / Cinedigm today announced that the Company has acquired all North American rights to the romantic comedy 7 days, which premiered at the 2021 Tribeca …

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Cinedigm acquires Rom-Com Exec produced by Duplass Brothers – deadline

[ad_1] EXCLUSIVE: Cinedigm has acquired the North American rights to Roshan Sethi’s first feature film, 7 days, with plans to hit theaters early next year. The executive of the romantic comedy produced by the Duplass brothers centers around Ravi (Karan Soni) and Rita (Geraldine Viswanathan), two Indian-Americans who are settled …

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Marvel’s Weirdest Movie Explores Spiritual Themes

[ad_1] FILM REVIEW: ‘The Eternals’ Director: Chloe Zhao To throw: Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Salma Hayek, Angelina Jolie, Don Lee, Kumail Nanjiani, Lia McHugh, Brian Tyree Henry, Barry Keoghan, Lauren Midloff, Kit Harrington Kind: Fantastic action The language of the country: United States / English Duration: 2 h 37 min …

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What to do this week: November 9

[ad_1] Now that we’ve reset the clocks and plunged back into the nicest time of the year, we’ve got the perfect excuse to officially prioritize friends, family, and fun until the end of 2021. If you will need inspiration to spice up your week, check out all the live performances, …

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Onoda, the man who fought reality

[ad_1] It’s Sunday evening in a small town in southwestern France where the geese are far more numerous than the human population. The cinema here has more than 100 seats, but thanks to the pandemic, only four are occupied. This tiny detachment of hardcore moviegoers seems quite appropriate for the …

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The future of the film festival

[ad_1] Besides its obvious effects on health systems, the COVID-19 (2019 coronavirus disease) pandemic has also put many industries in a state of flux and grappling with new realities and new demands, and film festivals. are no exception. At a recent panel discussion, which was part of the recently opened …

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Unleash Horror (Pinoy) in the world

[ad_1] FDCP President Liza at the Singapore premiere of ‘Eerie’. Filipino cinema has developed a rich tradition of horror with its long list of masterpieces. Some characters have become fond, albeit frightening, childhood memories. Just ask your Tita for her favorite episode of “Shake, Rattle, and Roll” (SRR). She can …

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Members of the jury of the national competition section of TISFF

[ad_1] According to the Public Relations of Tehran International Short Film Festival, the jury members are: Ensie Shahhosseini Born in 1954 in Gorgan. Writer and director. Graduated in cinematographic direction. She has written screenplays such as “Del Namak”, “Let’s not muddy the brook”, “Pourya Vali”, “Avinar”, “Rush, Sun’s gone”, “Good …

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A poetic film about a woman’s journey in life, love and beyond | Bengali movie news

[ad_1] Promita Bhowmik, whose short film “Porichoy” (The Identity) was recently awarded at several prestigious international film festivals, released another interesting poetry film called “Apeksha” (The Waiting). The 8-minute short film is based on a Bengali poem written by the director herself. Speaking about the concept of her poetic film, …

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Taiwanese cinema wins at Busan Film Festival

[ad_1] Despite being plunged into the shadow of the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Taiwanese film industry continued to thrive in 2021. This is thanks to precautions taken at the local level, enabling a wide range of new works. to flourish. The industry’s continued productivity is evident in the number of …

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SPOTLIGHT: UNTIL DEATH SHARES US – Journal

[ad_1] Filmmaker Rahul Aijaz. “I don’t want to be branded as a Sindhi-language filmmaker. I want to be known as a filmmaker, who sometimes makes Sindhi films, ”Rahul Aijaz tells me over the phone. At half an hour, it was one of the few short conversations between us. Aijaz – …

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‘Red Pomegranate’: Busan Review | Comments

[ad_1] Dir / scr: Sharipa Urazbayeva. Kazakhstan. 2021. 113 min. Anar (Ainur Bermukhambetova) accepted without question the decision of her husband Marat to leave the city for a small community in the Kazakh steppes. But life is tough. Anar’s work has dried up since the death of his laptop; she …

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Honoring the Legacy – RYAN KAWAMOTO

[ad_1] Tell the story of AJA in video Melvin Inamasu and Violet HaradaCourtesy: Japanese Culture Central Hawaii Editor’s Note: This bimonthly series, “Honoring the Legacy,” represents a partnership between the Herald and the Japanese Cultural Center in Hawaii. It celebrates the achievements of men and women who live the values …

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Steve Aoki inducted into Asian Hall of Fame

[ad_1] Everyone’s favorite cake-throwing DJ was inducted into the Asian Hall of Fame this week. Looking at his legacy, talent and philanthropy as an artist, Steve aoki is one of ten inductees who have been honored by this worldwide organization. He is one of the scientists, artists and performers of …

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A television show born of the pandemic

[ad_1] Piolo Pascual in the role of Francis Coronel. Pictures © HBO Asia Seven years ago, only a few people living outside the Philippines would have heard of director Erik Matti or his crime thriller masterpiece On The Job, although it is a film that is likely to revive the …

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“Belfast” Wins Audience Award at Toronto Film Festival

[ad_1] Kenneth Branagh’s black-and-white drama “Belfast” won the People’s Choice Award at the 2021 Toronto International Film Festival, TIFF reported on Saturday. The sweet drama, based on Branagh’s childhood in Northern Ireland, wowed Shasha Nakhai and Rich Williamson’s “Scarborough”, a tale of three low-income children who finished second, and Jane …

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Things to do around DC, September 16-19

[ad_1] Illustration by Melissa Santoyo. Hey everybody! We have a National Dance Day celebration, a crab feast, and tons of festivals. Are you all excited for National Dance Day ?! Here’s what you should check out this weekend: Movin ‘and groove: The Kennedy Center is partnering with Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes …

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