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Rouven Lin reviews Gamera, The Giant Monster by Noriaki Yuasa, releasing soon from , for . Read it here:
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reviews Taro the Fool by Tatsushi Omori, which screened at , for . Read it here:
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reviews Teddy Chen's Double World for Asian Movie Pulse:
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reviews Zihao Su's short film Ex-Wife Monogatari, part of our feature, for Asian Movie Pulse:
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AMP 23h
interviews Lee Jung-sub, on the occasion of "Fallen" screening at , for
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AMP 23h
"The Vow from Hiroshima", Susan Strickler's passionate portrayal about a survivor of the atomic attack and her fight against nuclear weapons, is now streaming on OVID . Read all about it on Asian Movie Pulse .
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AMP Aug 6
Manga Review: Misumisou aka Hepatica Nobilis (2007) by Rensuke Oshikiri
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AMP Aug 6
reviews Gergi (2020) by Janchivdorj Sengedorj distributed by Mongol Films Distribution. Read it on :
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AMP Aug 6
reviews Eunuch by Shin Sang-ok, which screened as part of 's Trapped! The Cinema of Confinement programme, for . Read it here:
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AMP Aug 6
Message of Support to the Lebanese and to Our Filmmaker Friends
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AMP Aug 5
Kutaisi International Short Film Festival​ Call for Entries 2020 is Open. Read more on
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AMP Aug 5
interviews Cho Kyung-han, on the occasion of his film "Beauty Water" screening at , for . Read it here:
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AMP Aug 5
The first TV series from Wong Kar Wai has been set as Blossoms Shanghai. Read about it on Asian Movie Pulse:
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AMP Aug 5
The cast for Uhm Tae-hwa's upcoming film Concrete Utopia has been announced. Read about it on Asian Movie Pulse:
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AMP Aug 5
"A MOVIE THAT HAS BOTH EVERYTHING AND NOTHING" ⁠ .⁠ QAnon isn't /that/ new -- believe it or not, angry trolls-but-not-quite-spies have been around even in the 70s! Yasuhuru Hasebes's MAN WHO STOLE THE SUN shows a rollercoaster satire on an amateur nu…
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AMP Aug 5
"A MOVIE THAT HAS BOTH EVERYTHING AND NOTHING" . Read ' take on Yasuhuru Hasebes's MAN WHO STOLE THE SUN, a rollercoaster slapstick take on an amateur nuclear terrorist. Full review here:
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AMP Aug 5
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AMP Aug 5
​ reviews Television (2012) by Mostofa Sarwar Farooki , for . Read it here:
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AMP Aug 5
Marina D. Richter reviews 301, 302 (1995) by Park Chul-soo, screened as part of the Korean Cultural Centre UK's "Trapped! The Cinema of Confinement" programme. Read it on
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AMP Aug 4
is a new OTT platform hosting independent Indian films. Read all about the service on :
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