Sing Me a Song (France/Germany/Switzerland, 2019)

Sing Me a Song recalls the groundbreaking Up series which followed the lives of fourteen British children since 1964 at seven year intervals. That pioneering method of recording social transformation through individual lives has been […]

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on Jan, 14 · in Reviews

The Queer Art of Surviving a Pandemic: An Online Workshop with Popo Fan, February 19

In this online event, Berlin-based Chinese queer filmmaker Popo Fan will lead an online workshop on queer community building and care work for members of the LGBTQ+ communities. In the first half of the event, […]

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on Jan, 06 · in News

Along the Sea (Japan/Vietnam, 2020)

A Vietnam-Japan co-production, Along the Sea follows three young Vietnamese women, in the dark of the night, in Japan, who leave with their belongings to go by train, by ferry, and then by car to […]

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on Dec, 19 · in Reviews

The 5th D.C. Chinese Film Festival-ALULA Film Festival Announces Full Lineup

The 5th D.C. Chinese Film Festival-ALULA Film Festival has announced its full lineup and introducing its new online festival site – ALULA Film Village! After two rounds of judging a total of 385 submissions, four […]

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on Dec, 09 · in News

Beer! Beer! (Germany, 2019)

Popo Fan, a Berlin-based Chinese documentary and short filmmaker uses the medium of film to portray issues of and within the Chinese queer community. A prominent presence in LGBT activism in China, Fan is quite […]

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on Dec, 08 · in Reviews

The Paper Tigers (USA, 2020) [SDAFF 2020]

Quite often, western martial art movies are like fake unicorns; they rarely deliver on what they promise. Once in a while, however, we get a film that is not only competent in its treatment of […]

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on Dec, 07 · in Reviews


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