Now we are five! Into the second half of the first decade of the twenty-first century and changes are afoot for this periodical. In December 1999, the first issue of Senses of Cinema appeared online and her...
After 20 years of producing cinema at each extreme lowbrow mainstream fodder and a formal, serious and politically engaged cinema Taiwan has turned out its first cross-over hit in the form of a youthful tale of gay utopia!
A historical context for Dogville’s famous end credit sequence is here provided, interrogating von Trier’s use of photos taken from a US federally funded project to document victims of the Great Depression.
Not just a spy movie, Rohmer's film is a stylish summation of his 50-year career and, more than tackling his lifelong occupation with verbal interaction and demystification of the other, perhaps ultimately posits a stark verdict about the self.
Ten years in the making, Lav Diaz's epic ten-hour Evolution of a Filipino Family has finally left the editing room and is more than worth the wait. In this interview, he discusses the immense undertaking of making the film, as well as Filipino society and cinema past and present.
Mario O'Hara is one of the great contemporary Filipino directors and his 25th feature film Woman of the Breakwater examines contemporary Manila through a community of homeless romantics living alongside Manila Bay.