Love HK Film’s Kevin Ma has started a new website, Asia In Cinema, and it looks pretty sweet. “Based in Hong Kong, Asia In Cinema is an English-language news site that reports on the Asian film industry from a balanced perspective. We believe that all the countries and regions […]
Behold the creepy, eerily beautiful, hellishly frightening and sometimes hilarious delights of this year’s Vanguard Program at the Toronto International Film Festival: Demon; February; The Missing Girl; Evolution; Lace Crater; Der Nachtmahr; Collective Invention; Love; Men & Chickens; My Big Night; Veteran; Hellions; Endorphine; Zoom; and, No Men […]
So much art available for your browsing pleasure as the Smithsonian puts 40,000 pieces of Asian art from the Freer and Saeckler Collection online.
The Korean Film Archive has been uploading classics of Korean cinema to their YouTube channel, Korean Classic Film Theater. Modern Korean Cinema reports on the latest 15 films uploaded.
Simon Fowler shares “The Five Best North Korean Films” at The Guardian. Did Pulgasari make the cut? Is the list Pulgasari five times? Click through to find out. (Thanks, Earl!)
Eastern Kicks has an interview–and a gallery of photos of–director Park Joon-hung.