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Interview with Jevons Au: I cannot say if the black list really exists but the White Terror and the self-censorship definitely exist.

Born, raised and educated in Hong Kong, Au studied filmmaking at the Academy for Performing...

“Believer” Arrives On Digital, Blu-ray Combo Pack & DVD October 30

“… a wild and boisterous crime drama ...” ~ David Ehrlich, INDIEWIRE “… solid two hours...

Film Review: Immortal Demon Slayer: The Legend of Wu Kong (2017) by Derek Kwok

Based on the smashing Jin Hezai's web novel Wukong Biography, “Wu Kong” introduces to the...

The Athens International Film Festival (Nyxtes Premieras) and the Asian Titles of This Year’s Edition

The Athens International Film Festival has been taking place for more than twenty years with...

Short Review: My Name is Riku by Naoyoshi Kawamatsu

Based on a true-life incident in 2014, a 5-year old boy was found decomposed in...

TekeTeke (2009) by Koji Shiraishi

After a woman is found cut in half after crossing a train bridge, the word...

Interview with Joshua Smith and George Crosthwait: There’s a whole living and expanding world of contemporary experimental filmmaking to explore

Joshua Smith graduated from King’s College London with an MA in Film Studies and Philosophy,...

Film Review: 3ft Ball and Souls (2017) by Yoshio Kato

Time loop films have been a recurring theme in international cinema, with "Groundhog Day" probably...
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Film review: Metaphors in the City (2018) by Feng Yulan

A war between vampire-like demons against sorcerers who try to prevent these evils from entering...

Film Review: Ajji (2017) by Devashish Makhija

Probably one of the best independent Indian films of the year, Devashish Makhija's "Ajji" takes...