Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
"A City of Sadness" is not only one of Taiwan's most renowned films, but also a great way to learn about the island.
There seems to be a special place in Japanese cinema for death. Akira Kurosawa’s Ikiru and Yasujiro Ozu’s Tokyo Story come to mind as some...
Well, it’s been a while hasn’t it? Since my last review, I’ve been busy settling into the sunny Silicon Valley and #disrupt-ing very hard. That...
I’ve watched so many coming-of-age tragi-romance stories that I’m starting to lose track! Fleet of Time is the next one on my personal hit list,...
Oftentimes compared to Studio Ghibli’s Hayao Miyazaki, Makoto Shinkai is among Japan’s most acclaimed anime directors. Although he isn’t a member of the popularly known...
Why anyone who cares about Taiwan should watch “A City of Sadness”
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Asian Brilliant Stars program launches amidst Berlinale 2017
A taste of South Indian indie film from “Six Feet High” and “An Off-Day Game”
An interview with Dror Shaul, director of “Atomic Falafel”
The difference between Chinese and American romance movies
Review: Land of Mine (Denmark/Germany, 2015)