Asian film festivals

Onoda, the man who fought reality

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 movie …

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The future of the film festival

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 Tokyo …

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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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