All posts tagged "Japan"
My Love Filmmakers Share What 6 Elderly Couples Taught Them About Long-Lasting RelationshipsApril 13, 2021
Netflix’s latest love story isn’t a reality show or a rom-com. It’s a six-part docuseries chronicling...
Foreign Contenders: Shoplifters Director Hirokazu Kore-eda on Father Figures and His Methods of Working with ChildrenNovember 30, 2018
For the last 15 years, Japanese auteur Hirokazu Kore-eda has elicited unfeigned portrayals from children and...
Under a Lucky Star: Makoto Shinkai Talks Your Name, The Highest-Grossing Anime Film of All TimeApril 7, 2017
A rare comet shatters the infinite loop of time, linking two unsatisfied teenage lives in the...
20/20 Hindsight: On its 20th Anniversary, Watch Princess Mononoke’s 20-Year Journey From Idea to Feature (Video)January 6, 2017
It’s no secret that a lot of time goes into making timeless films. For Hayao Miyazaki,...
Criterion Crash Course
Criterion Crash Course: Moviemaking Lessons From Criterion’s Lone Wolf and CubNovember 18, 2016
Whether you’re a moviemaker, critic or devoted film collector, lovers of cinema can all agree: A...
- Anya Taylor-Joy’s Last Night in Soho Character Wasn’t Originally Going to Speak October 14, 2021
- Edgar Wright Unveils Our New Cover; Netflix Backs Chappelle; a Viral Robin Williams Imitation October 14, 2021
- Needle in a Timestack Writer-Director John Ridley on Two Methods of Writing an Adaptation October 14, 2021