Tagged: genre: documentary
The YAM Magazine Team and a couple of guests voted for their favorite films of this decade… so far.
Stephen Kijak chronicles the guys’ road in preparation of their 20th anniversary, as they explore their roots, the early days, the rise and fall of teenage stardom to become the biggest selling boy band in the world.
Saying goodbye to the movies and TV I enjoyed in the old year.
Juan jokes. Don’t you love ’em. I do. So that’s why my first full year of cataloging almost everything I saw and read this year gets a Juan joke instead of one. ONE WHOLE...
During the Japanese occupation of Korea, Nora Noh was married off early to escape the horrible fate of comfort women across East Asia, though she later divorced and ended up studying fashion design in the US. The rest is, of course, a not-so-well-known story.
The Korean Film Festival in Australia (KOFFIA) is back for its milestone 5th year and it promises to be bigger than ever!
John Legend’s latest music video is part of the the #OperationGirl Charity Challenge.
A look into the movies that have shaped my life.
Customary end of the year list I do for Cinencuentro, with my record-breaking 120 films.
A documentary about the journey of an American school bus in Guatemala, as well as a socioeconomic study of sorts.