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Tag Archives: cinema
L.A. Giveaway: Advanced Screening Tickets for Takeshi Kitano’s ‘Outrage’ + DVDs
UPDATE 11/9/11: Congrats to our winners Lailanie and Anika! Outrage, the new film from Japan’s legendary Takeshi Kitano (ZATOICHI: THE BLIND SWORDSMAN, BROTHER, VIOLENT COP) opening in Los Angeles and New York on December 2, 2011. It stars Beat Takeshi, … Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, Movies, Promotions, Southern California Tagged beat takeshi, cinema, film, japanese, kippei shiina, outrage, ryo kase, takeshi kitano, tomokazu miura, yakuza 1 Comment
The Working APA Actor: Bobby Naderi
The Working APA Actor is a bi-monthly interview of Asian Pacific Islander American actors in the entertainment world, whether it be theater, film, television, or commercials. It is an inside look at these actors exploring their passion in their craft … Continue reading
Posted in 8Questions, Entertainment, The Working APA Actor Tagged asians, bobby naderi, cinema, eyad zahra, film, muslims, punk muslims, religion, taqwacores Leave a comment
Definitive New 35mm Restoration of RASHOMON at LA’s Nuart
I try not to take for granted the vast number of cool events that happen in Los Angeles. I know that a screening of an almost 60 year-old Japanese movie doesn’t sound like the sort of thing that you can … Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, Movies, Southern California Tagged cinema, japanese, la, Landmark Theatres, los angeles, movie, Movies, Nuart, screening 1 Comment
Reviews in 88 words or less – Toronto Reel Asian Festival – Part Deux
In an effort to keep promises, here’s part two of some of the films you can enjoy at this year’s Toronto Reel Asian Film Festival. Wonderful Town – director Aditya Assarat – Thailand Four years after the devastation of the … Continue reading
Posted in Entertainment, Movies, Reviews Tagged cinema, fairy tales, films, foreign, horror film, korea, Movies, reel asian, romance, thailand, Toronto Leave a comment