The Sweet Requiem (India, 2018) [Aperture, 2019]

Husband-and-wife filmmaking duo, Tenzing Sonam and Ritu Sarin, take on the politically charged issue of Tibetan immigration in their latest project, The Sweet Requiem. Set among a community of Tibetan refugees in India, the film […]

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on Jun, 16 · in Reviews

Fake (Japan, 2016) [Aperture 2018]

Mamoru Samuragochi was a widely acclaimed composer in Japan, with an 18-year career creating music for orchestras, film and video games. He was also deaf, earning him the nickname ‘Japan’s Beethoven’. Then, in 2014, a […]

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on Jun, 21 · in Reviews

In Time to Come (Singapore, 2017) [Aperture 2018]

How does one describe a film’s musical dimension when the film is completely devoid of music? Without a doubt, acclaimed Singaporean filmmaker Tan Pin Pin’s experimental documentary, In Time to Come, exudes a symphonic quality […]

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on Apr, 14 · in Reviews

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