Posts Tagged ‘Asian cinema’
By Tsai Ming-liang
Filmmaker Tsai Ming-liang recalls his relationship to cinema, onscreen and off.
By Chloe Lizotte
Stanley Kwan’s 1991 masterwork Center Stage unites two preeminent actresses divided by generations, Maggie Cheung and the silent-screen star she embodies, Ruan Lingyu.
By Amy Taubin
Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s films of isolation perfectly suit the mood of today, but To the Ends of the Earth, in which a young woman feels lost in a faraway land, brings less doom to the usual reality-fantasy mix.
By Aliza Ma
Tsai Ming-liang’s poetic Goodbye, Dragon Inn charts the empty spaces found within—and created by—cinemas fading into obscurity.
By Ackbar Abbas
In Fruit Chan’s Made in Hong Kong, disaffected youngsters embody historical promises unkept.
By Ariel Esteban Cayer
Fruit Chan’s Made in Hong Kong captures the realities of Hong Kong’s marginalized people with immediacy and urgency.
By Vivienne Chow
On Fruit Chan and Made in Hong Kong