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Documentary, Far East Asian Cinema, Film Festival, Film review, Hong Kong Cinema -

Keep Rolling the portrait of Hong Kong director Ann Hui is the directorial debut documentary by Man Lim Chung. It charts the 40+ successful years of an artist who is  motivated, dedicated to the practices of film-making. It’s a rare opportunity to learn more about the leading ladies of Hong Kong's New Wave Scene.

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Film Festival, Hong Kong Cinema, News, Terracotta Distribution, Trailer -

Focus Hong Kong is a new UK film festival dedicated to celebrating the amazing cinema and filmmakers of Hong Kong, from early works to the glory days of its reign as the Hollywood of Asia, through to new and exciting films.

The Easter edition of the festival runs online from March 31st - 6th April 2021

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Far East Asian Cinema, Film Festival, Horror, Interview, Terracotta Distribution -

Mattie Do is Laos' first female director. Having debut with Chanthaly in 2012, followed by Dearest Sister in 2016 and her new film The Long Walk, which is part of the WOW Film Festival program. Terracotta Distribution has a long chat about identity, culture, society, film making and why she's a total badass.

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Far East Asian Cinema, Film Festival, Japanese cinema, Loas Cinema, News -

WOW! Join March’s International Women’s Day celebrations every year by showcasing the best international female filmmakers. Nearly half the films in the 2021 programme are directed by women. These include directors Suzanne Crocker, Mattie Do, Arami Ullon and Shahad Ameen, as well as animator Chie Arai.

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Chinese Cinema, Far East Asian Cinema, Film Festival -

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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