// What are the best asian movies of 2012? We’ve invited special guests to share their insights with you. So, let’s continue with Kevin Ma, the Assistant English Editor at YesAsia.com and a writer for LoveHKFilm.com, he’s also known as TheGoldenRock, an interesting Twitter user to follow!
// What are the best asian movies of 2012? We’ve invited special guests to share their insights with you. Let’s begin with Adam Torel, managing director of UK label Third Window Films — one of the few distributors in the West to release unknown/rare asian contemporary films, be sure to check out the 2013 lineup!
Like it or not, in less than 10 years, Japanese filmmaker Takashi Miike has gone from directing alternative horror films to big mainstream productions like the gorgeous looking high school musical For Love’s Sake. Let’s have a look!
South Korean director Im Sang-soo on the perversion of the elite. And we’d like to share with you some really nice visual examples taken from the film;
A South Korean film with a traditional narrative structure? The perfect opportunity to have a look, see how it works;
Koji Wakamatsu suddenly passed away on October 17, 2012. As a rebellious & prolific Japanese filmmaker, he directed more than 100 films, including many pink (softcore adult) flicks in which were added political elements that reflected the state of Japanese society – to go further, be sure to read that. He was especially active during […]