Korean Film Nights Goes Online with Trapped! The Cinema of Confinement from July 17 – August 27

Korean Cultural Centre UK and Birkbeck, University of London continue their collaboration with a new season of Korean Film Nights. This time the season, curated by a collective of MA students from Birkbeck, responds to […]

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on Jul, 03 · in News

Yourself and Yours (South Korea, 2016)

A youngish couple, Yeong-soo (Kim Joo-hyuk) and Min-jeong (Lee Yoo-young), are resting in bed, discussing her do’s and don’ts. After going in rounds about the same issues, they decide to take a break in their relationship. The […]

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on Jul, 02 · in Reviews

Suburban Birds (China, 2018)

Qiu Sheng’s debut feature Suburban Birds is a low-key but fascinating work. At first it appears to fall in line as yet another naturalistic urban character drama; the kind that tends to be liberally scattered […]

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on Jul, 01 · in Reviews

Widow of Silence (India, 2018)

In the last few years, the situation in Kashmir has very much slipped from the international radar. Kashmir. Since the portioning of India in 1947, Kashmir has been the site of a series of territorial […]

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on Jun, 30 · in Reviews

Breathless Animals (China, 2019)

Dreams are the memories of another life – or so the saying goes, whatever that may mean. If one could identify a subject for Lei Lei’s latest feature-length documentary, Breathless Animals, it would be the […]

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on Jun, 29 · in Reviews

JAPAN CUTS: Festival of New Japanese Film Goes Online from July 17-30

Japan Society has announced the full line-up for the 14th annual JAPAN CUTS: Festival of New Japanese Film. The largest festival of its kind in North America, this year’s edition is set for ​July 17-30​ […]

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on Jun, 26 · in News

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