An Autumn Afternoon (秋刀魚の味, 1962) dir. Ozu Yasujirō

“Down in the valley it is already spring Clouds of cherry blossoms; But here, the sluggish eye, the taste of mackerel— The blossoms are melancholy And the flavor of sake

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Genius Loci (2019) by Adrien Mérigeau

The award-winning animated short film Genius Loci is a wonderful journey into the chaos of our time. The pilgrimage of the young Reine in a dark and insidious urban environment

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Shoplifters (2018) dir. Koreeda Hirokazu

It is the bonds that define Koreeda’s cinema, be they family relationships, emotional conjunctions, connections with the past.In his films there is always something missing, a void waiting to be

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Vapour (2015) dir. Apichatpong Weerasethakul

The clouds descend onto a village and engulf it for a day. They touch the roof tiles, the beds, the chairs, the carpets, the grass, and the bodies, infecting everything

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In conversation with…Andrew Stephen Lee

Andrew Stephen Lee is a Filipino-American Director and Writer based in New York City. For three years he worked closely with Magnum photographer Jim Goldberg before becoming an MFA Candidate

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Ash Is Purest White (2018) dir. Jia Zhangke

Contemporary Chinese cinema is full of interesting ideas. The one who, through it, has been able to tell the story of a country that has been affected by profound transformations

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BOOKANIMA: Andy Warhol (2020) by Shon Kim

BOOKANIMA experiments Chronophotography Animation about Andy Warhol. BOOKANIMA, a compound word of ‘Book’ and ‘Anima’, is Experimental Animation project to give new cinematic life to book. The project aims to

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MALARIA (2020) dir. Andzej Gavriss

Malaria is a short film that depicts the downfall of an ordinary hard-working US citizen, who loses his job, is bitten by a mosquito, and descends into a fever and

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In conversation with…Hayk Matevosyan

Hayk Matevosyan is a very talented filmmaker born in Armenia and raised in the United States, where he graduated from UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television under the guidance

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First Reformed (2017) dir. Paul Schrader

At the time when Paul Schrader wrote Transcendental Style in Film: Ozu, Bresson, Dreyer, almost fifty years ago, he told himself that he never wanted to make that kind of

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