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33 articles available in total starting from 19/06/2007. Last article published on 09/06/2021.

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The first co-production between Italy and Japan Mishima - Le rose della vendetta is currently in development

The first co-production between Italy and Japan Mishima - Le rose della vendetta is currently in development

Directed by Gigi Roccati and co-written by Edoardo Pesce, who also stars as the male lead, the project will be presented at the 2021 Far East Film Festival  

09/06 | Production | Funding | Italy/Japan

Review: Cholitas

Review: Cholitas

In this uplifting documentary, directed by Jaime Murciego and Pablo Iraburu, five indigenous Bolivian women free themselves from the shackles of their daily lives by trying to climb Aconcagua  

28/08/2020 | Films | Reviews | Spain/Japan/Chile/Bolivia

Review: Norie

Review: Norie

The pretext for a necessary family exercise, Yuki Kawamura’s intimate documentary is now part of the LuxFilmFest Home Edition programme  

02/04/2020 | Luxembourg 2020

Lachezar Avramov  • Director of A Picture with Yuki

Interview: Lachezar Avramov • Director of A Picture with Yuki

“Seeing the reality we are so used to through the eyes of a foreigner was really tempting”

We chatted to Lachezar Avramov, a Bulgarian director whose film A Picture with Yuki has just won a Special Mention at this year’s Golden Rose Film Festival  

09/10/2019 | Golden Rose 2019

Joe Odagiri • Director of They Say Nothing Stays the Same

Interview: Joe Odagiri • Director of They Say Nothing Stays the Same

"The bridge is useful for people, but like that a beautiful culture is going to disappear"

VENICE 2019: Japanese star Joe Odagiri presents his feature-length directorial debut, They Say Nothing Stays the Same, in the Giornate degli Autori  

10/09/2019 | Venice 2019 | Giornate degli Autori

Hirokazu Kore-eda  • Director of The Truth

Interview: Hirokazu Kore-eda • Director of The Truth

“There is always some loneliness that comes with success”

VENICE 2019: Cineuropa met up with acclaimed Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda, who left his home country for musings on family and fame in The Truth  

30/08/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Review: The Truth

Review: The Truth

VENICE 2019: With this year’s opening film, Hirokazu Kore-eda proves he is good enough to survive a shoot in another language, but not good enough to avoid every piece of clunky dialogue  

29/08/2019 | Venice 2019 | Competition

Review: A Girl Missing

Review: A Girl Missing

With his new film Kôji Fukada once again questions the seeming stability of Japanese society  

12/08/2019 | Locarno 2019 | Competition

Review: Samurai Marathon

Review: Samurai Marathon

Bernard Rose’s eye-pleasing samurai flick is enjoyable entertainment despite its flaws  

26/06/2019 | Edinburgh 2019

Review: First Love

Review: First Love

CANNES 2019: Takashi Miike delivers a fun, violent tale about a young couple meeting, falling in love, and then fighting the police and the Yakuza  

25/05/2019 | Cannes 2019 | Directors’ Fortnight

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