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06 Dec 2013 : There's still time to make it _ Laos is not that far.
06 Dec 2013 : Always gentle, always composed, the films of Hirokazu Kore-eda also register quiet devastation, often within the family. The stirring _ the earthquake, even _ usually happens beneath the surface of calm. Two years ago he gave us I Wish, a story about children of divorced parents, and before that, the sublime Still Walking, about a family wound that members prefer not to discuss. And, of course, Kore-eda's biggest hit in Bangkok was in 2003 with Nobody Knows, a painfully moving story of children left to fend for themselves after their mother walked out on them. That film packed Scala for more than a month.
15 Nov 2013 : Ten movies portraying HIV infection and discrimination issues from around the world will be screened during the Icaap 11 Film Festival next week.
15 Nov 2013 : Here we go again. The 11th World Film Festival of Bangkok kicks off tonight with The Rocket, and over the next 10 days more than 50 films will be made available for your perusal at SF World Cinema at Central World.
12 Nov 2013 : TAIPEI - Oscar-winning director Ang Lee on Tuesday said that Chinese-language cinema could earn more revenue than Hollywood in 10 years' time and does not need to broaden its appeal.
12 Nov 2013 : The latest chapter of dystopian sci-fi saga "The Hunger Games" premiered in London on Monday, with Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence returning as the teenage heroine who inspires a revolution against sadistic rulers.
10 Nov 2013 : Who's been sleeping in your bed?
08 Nov 2013 : We'd be here all day if we were to list every single US flick from which Krrish 3 probably drew inspiration _ and against which it could never hope to measure up (if we give credence to the naysayers, this is) _ so let's not play the comparing game. What's called for, in such cases, is a complete disregard for the wrapper these action movies come in, be it Bollywood or Hollywood, in order to see the contents for what they really are.
08 Nov 2013 : Officially and conceptually, this is an Australian film. Linguistically and thematically, it is a Lao one, while practically and physically, it is very much Thai. Never mind nationality, a good film is a good film. And in a dream that seems wild but certainly not the wildest, The Rocket is perhaps good enough (it has to be lucky enough too) to make it to the shortlist for the best foreign language Oscar, which means the Lao and Thai actors, along with the Australian filmmakers, will get to saunter down the famous red carpet in Los Angeles next February to present this lovely film.
04 Nov 2013 : Picking the guy who will play Rocky Balboa onstage was no easy task. Just ask Sylvester Stallone, who helped cast Broadway veteran Andy Karl.
03 Nov 2013 : You'll be the first to know
01 Nov 2013 : Like a trifling distraction before the arrival of the next instalment of The Hunger Games, the adolescent-in-distress Ender's Game shows innocent kids being made into instruments to feed the paranoia and war-mongering lust of adults _ except that Ender Wiggin's anti-heroism feels slight compared to Katniss Everdeen's baptism of fire (which we'll be seeing in two weeks' time).
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