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The Place for All Your Asian Cinema Needs!

Hong-Kong BluRays is a channel that exists to give Hong Kong movie lovers a place to see reviews of Hong Kong movies released on the Bluray format. Reviews will be short and sweet, spoiler free and will cover the quality of the disc release itself.

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Modern Chinese Cultural Studies

Chinese Film Classics is a project, a book, and a website dedicated to making early Chinese films and cinema history more accessible. Focusing on films made between the 1890s and the 1940s

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Chinese Cinema Season

Chinese Cinema Season aims to showcase the best, often little seen and underrated Chinese language films to film-lovers in the UK and Ireland. Through rebranding (via sections and mini-retrospectives) and revisiting films in an effort to give them new meaning, this 12-week, 3-month film season hopes to enrich people’s lockdown life. It will enable them to recognise, observe, and approach Chinese culture in a fresh way, from different angles and perspectives, both in the past and present, and ultimately, satisfy the desire of cinephiles with a sincere love letter to Chinese Cinema. For more info visit : https://www.chinesefilm.uk/  

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BFI Player free trial

BFI is offering an additional one-month extension to the 14-day free trial on BFI Player Subscription. Essential at-home viewing of the best in world cinema and  there are hundreds of films to choose from, with titles added weekly.

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Back to the Wharf - Film Review

Back to the Wharf is Li Xiaofeng's third feature film, which premiered at the 2020 Shanghai International Film Festival. The family crime drama stars Zhang Yu as man who returns from 15 years of exile to redeem himself of the past and find salvation for his future in society built on corruption, hierarchies and guilt.

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