IFF 2016 Review: The Sun, The Moon And The Hurricane (Indonesia, 2014)

Known for his effort of exploring the country’s social norms and taboos, Andri Cung’s The Sun, The Moon and The Hurricane is a promising avant-garde, unconventional and heartfelt project that would help change the attitudes towards homosexuality in South East Asia.

The original published article is available on The AU Review here.
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Hello Asia! IFF 2015 Review: Jalanan (Indonesia, 2013)

Read on to find out what I think of Daniel Ziv’s documentary Jalanan (2013) or refer to the original published article on The AU Review Hello Asia! here.

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Hello Asia! Japanese Film Festival Interview: Rurouni Kenshin Trilogy Director, Keishi Otomo, Talks about Bringing the Trilogy Characters to Life, and More

Presenting an exclusive interview with Rurouni Kenshin Trilogy’s director, Keishi Otomo, where he talks about the surprising level of international attention to the trilogy, the challenges in bringing the characters of Nobuhiro Watsuki to life and keeping the authenticity of the Meiji Restoration time period.

The full article is available on Hello Asia here.

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