Tagged: genre: biography
Ann Hui’s most recent film follows the life of a woman, who is one of the key figures during the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong, set in the 1940s.
Like thousands of others, I count myself fortunate to have attended this year’s True/False Film Fest. Braving the cold weather, stuffing yourself with delicious food, making great friends, meeting up with old friends… All to watch as many documentaries!
The adaptation of actress Hitoto’s essays, in which she talks about finding her mother’s recipe box, tracing back on her story and finding out the struggles she had to go through.
Sometimes, there’s nothing better than sitting down and watching a great documentary.
For the current on-going edition of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Summit, I put together a list of movies from -almost- all the countries participating in the event.