Cult director Albert Pyun recalled his film career, spoke about today’s filmmakers, and expressed his views on film schools.
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“They see filmmaking as something sexy, yet they don’t have much to say, they just copy what they see on TV…”
We’ve seen this technique used in films a thousand of times before, and we still do. Let’s see what are the pros and cons of using this technique in a film.
Iranian feature film “Nader and Simin, a Separation” directed by Asghar Farhadi was nominated as the Best Foreign Film by Danish National Association of Film Critics, according to Iranian news […]
A delegation representing the Kurdish film industry has been trying to say their word” this week at the 15th Busan International Film Festival, Asia’s most important film event, according to […]
Artists in Myanmar are testing new freedoms through films shown at a festival that, for the first time in the country’s recent history, were not censored, according to AP. “The […]
Experts and film critics believe that Iranian director Asqar Farhadi’s “Nader and Simin, A Separation” has a good chance for winning Oscar after it won the Golden Globe. The Iranian […]
Afghanistan has never really been known for movie making, however this might change in the near future, according to Afghan filmmaker Siddiq Barmak. “A powerful underground artistic movement is taking […]
Increased participation of women in filmmaking is a welcome change for Iranian cinema, said Tehran-based actress-filmmaker Azar Faramarzi, according to Times of India. Faramarzi’s short film “Loneliness”, , was screened […]
For the first time in Azerbaijan, with the help from of the Center for young filmmakers “Cinema” at the Baku Institute of films, special producer courses will function in Baku, […]