Asian film festivals

Unleash Horror (Pinoy) in the world

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 tell …

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

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, Promita …

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Taiwanese cinema wins at Busan Film Festival

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 Taiwanese …

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SPOTLIGHT: UNTIL DEATH SHARES US – Journal

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 – who …

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‘Red Pomegranate’: Busan Review | Comments

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 still …

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Honoring the Legacy – RYAN KAWAMOTO

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 ​​of …

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Steve Aoki inducted into Asian Hall of Fame

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 this …

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A television show born of the pandemic

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 kind …

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“Belfast” Wins Audience Award at Toronto Film Festival

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 Campion’s …

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Things to do around DC, September 16-19

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 Norton …

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July 21 to 25 • The Nob Hill Gazette

It’s hard to believe we’re coming to the middle of summer, but luckily there’s an ever-growing list of exhibits, festivals, and fun ways to celebrate the second half of the season. Check out all the new and old events the Bay Area has to offer this week. Discover the works …

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“Tomorrow’s Today” by Timothy Hines with Kelly Le Brock and Burt Young, Wins 3 Los Angeles Cinematography Awards

Above: Timothy Hines’ comedy film on recovery and redemption, ‘Tomorrow’s Today’, notched three wins at the Los Angeles Cinematography Awards. Timothy Hines’ comedy film on recovery and redemption, “Tomorrow’s Today,” won three awards at the Los Angeles Cinematography Awards, a film festival that demonstrates excellence in the art of cinematography …

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When a movie is good, but still wrong

Sometimes having good intentions and eyewitness testimony isn’t enough for a problem-focused newsreel to connect with its intended audience. The film “Dea”, recently edited by Hong Kong sales company Good Move Media, is one example. He is investigating the endangered lives of foreign domestic workers, who number in the hundreds …

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Marina Bay Sands Launches New Virtual Reality Gallery

Singapore’s integrated resort Marina Bay Sands announced on Saturday the opening of a new permanent virtual reality gallery at the ArtScience Museum. Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the museum, opened in February 2011, the VR gallery will be equipped with state-of-the-art virtual reality headsets and controllers, encouraging visitors to explore …

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Video & Film e-flux: the staff chooses Anocha Suwichakornpong, Graceland (2006) and Nightfall (2016) – Announcements

Facebook / Instagram / Twitter e-flux Video & Film is very pleased to present this month’s staff selection, with two short films by Anocha Suwichakornpong: Graceland (2006) and Nightfall (2016), streaming from Thursday July 1 to Saturday July 31, 2021. Anocha Suwichakornpong’s moving image works are innovative, stimulating and empowering. …

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