Asian film, media, and culture

New World (Japan, 2011)

An accelerated China and a stagnant Japan intersect in New World, an engaging exploration of cultural exchange from pan-Asian filmmaker Lim Kah Wai. Mostly located in the Shinsekai district of Osaka, with the English translation ...

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on Apr, 24 · in Reviews

Next Goal Wins (American Samoa/UK, 2014)

The sports film or documentary of the losing athlete, the losing team, is a genre within itself. We can’t all be winners and we often reveal more about ourselves in how we lose. How we ...

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on Apr, 19 · in Reviews

Beijing Love Story (China, 2014)

Beijing Love Story is the kind of crowd-pleaser which is too obviously calculated in conception, execution, and marketing strategy to be completely winning: derived from a popular 2012 television series of the same name, it ...

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on Mar, 06

Interview – Director Roseanne Liang and the Flat3 Three

I was delighted to hear that Roseanne Liang’s New Zealand web series Flat3 would be coming to San Francisco’s CAAMFest 2014 (and, yes, the official title of Flat3 has no space between the word and the number). A web series ...

Posted by
on Mar, 04

VCinema is Looking for Writers!

Following an extended hiatus in late 2013, the VCinema blog is now back in business with reviews and news from the fascinating world of Asian cinema being posted on a regular basis. As such, we ...

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on Mar, 02

Aberya (Philippines, 2012)

Are our future’s already written or do we have some control over fate? This universal mystery is the basic question that Christian Linaban tries to answer in his indie feature Aberya. Adapted from the director’s ...

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on Feb, 28

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