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Donnie Yen Interview on Collider

If you’re a fan of Donnie Yen and want to hear him share some fantastic behind-the-scenes stories about his life, career, and the way he changed his priorities from focusing on directing action to being a better actor, you’re going to be very happy.

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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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Ask Junichi Yamamoto 山本淳 Anything

1. How did you come up with the story of the meatball machine? Why did you decide to make a movie like this?3. What influenced you in making this film, along with the 1999 edition? I think there is an influence from "Tetsuo" directed by Shinya Tsukamoto. But I wonder if there is anything else, what are the other sources?A. The 1999 edition is my second independent film. The first was a horror movie titled "Linga Mania" with the right hand depicting a man with a red penis giving birth to a god. "Lingamania" was the first movie I shot,...

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Shinya Tsukamoto in Conversation

To celebrate the launch of a new J-horror collection on BFI Player, one of Japan’s greatest cult filmmakers Shinya Tsukamoto, joins writer Tom Mes to discuss his career, cyberpunk, the J-horror label and working with Martin Scorsese. In partnership with Third Window Films.

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David Tse - Interview

As part of our celebration of diversity for St. George’s day, we had a chat with David K.S. Tse about being a British-Chinese actor, living between two cultures and languages and how society and the film industries' attitude towards the East and South East Asian (ESEA) diasporas has changed over the decades.

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