Asian film, media, and culture

Preview – New York Asian Film Festival 2019, June 28-July 14, 2019

Film at Lincoln Center and the New York Asian Film Foundation announce the 18th edition of the New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF) from June 28 to July 14, 2019. After last year’s “Savage Seventeen”, […]

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on Jun, 18 · in News

Die Tomorrow (Thailand, 2017)

Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit has, in the course of his short filmography, already established his propensity to explore and expand cinematic narrative form in relation to themes of human connection and temporality. From his debut feature 36 […]

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on Jun, 17 · in Reviews

The Sweet Requiem (India, 2018) [Aperture, 2019]

Husband-and-wife filmmaking duo, Tenzing Sonam and Ritu Sarin, take on the politically charged issue of Tibetan immigration in their latest project, The Sweet Requiem. Set among a community of Tibetan refugees in India, the film […]

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on Jun, 16

The Man Who Feels No Pain (India, 2018) [LIFF 2019]

While the stereotype of Indian films always involves singing and dancing, The Man Who Feels No Pain offers something totally different. It tells the story of Surya (Abhimanyu Dasani), a man who has the rare […]

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on Jun, 15

Ghost of the Golden Groves (India, 2018) [LIFF 2019]

Comprised of two tales set deep in the Shonajhuri forest in rural Bengal, this fantastic debut feature from Aniket Dutta and Roshni Sen (playfully credited under the moniker of Harun-Al-Rashid) can be loosely categorized as […]

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on Jun, 14

The Outsider (USA, 2019)

Timothy Woodward Jr.’s revenge story The Outsider is set in the Old West in a corrupt town run by Marshal Walker (Trace Adkins) and preyed upon by his son James (Kaiwi Lyman) and his stooges. […]

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on Jun, 13



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