Fall Guy (Japan, 1982)

Those familiar with director Kinji Fukasaku’s most popular titles (the yakuza sagas in the ‘70s, the samurai films in the ‘80s, and, of course, the infamous Battle Royale in 2000), may find Fall Guy to […]

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on Aug, 13 · in Reviews

Liborio: An Artist of the Solomon Islands (Australia/Solomon Islands, 2018)

Award-winning Australian documentarian Elliot Spencer visits the stunningly beautiful Malaita Province in the Solomon Islands to film his latest project, Liborio: An Artist of the Solomon Islands. Spencer takes a holistic yet concise look at […]

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on Aug, 11 · in Reviews

Being Natural (Japan, 2019) [JAPAN CUTS 2019]

Tadashi Nagayama showed that he is not afraid to experiment with style and shifting genres in his debut feature Journey of the Tortoise (2017), which seamlessly blended drama and comedy with a touch of surrealism. […]

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on Jul, 25 · in Reviews

Red Snow (Japan, 2019) [JAPAN CUTS 2019]

Memory is an elusive truth in Sayaka Kai’s hauntingly tragic debut feature, Red Snow, a thriller centered on a 30-year-old unsolved crime. Red Snow is a film that attempts to depict the fleeting nature of […]

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on Jul, 18 · in Reviews


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