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

Our Time Machine (China, 2019) [CAAMFest 2019]

Early in S. Leo Chiang and Yang Sun’s first documentary collaboration, Our Time Machine, successful Shanghai-based artist Maleonn (né Ma Liang) unveils a new project before an audience: “Papa’s Time Machine,” a semi-autobiographical puppet play […]

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on May, 13 · in Reviews

Geographies of Kinship (USA, 2019) [CAAMFest 2019]

“What happened and how did it happen?” Estelle Cooke-Sampson asks in a sit-down interview near the beginning of Deann Borshay Liem’s newest documentary, Geographies of Kinship. With this question, Borshay Liem continues to expand her […]

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on May, 10 · in Reviews

When We Walk (USA, 2018) [CAAMFest 2019]

Jason DaSilva’s When We Walk immediately continues right where he left off with his first documentary When I Walk (2013), thereby also continuing his activist filmmaking. In retrospect, the titles of his two films are […]

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on May, 10 · in Reviews

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