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Best International Film Festival Rotterdam podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best International Film Festival Rotterdam podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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In this bumper edition episode, writer, curator and filmmaker Jasper Sharp joins James and Andrew to select some highlights from the BFI's Japan 2020 season. A celebration of over 100 years of Japanese Cinema, including titles from Third Window Film and Arrow Video. While in a very connected way, our very own Kaj van Zoelen tells us How he got into…
 
With the UK and many parts of the world under lockdown, or just coming out of it, this episode we take a look at South Korean films you can watch for free, or at least 'free-ish', following on from the phenomenal popularity of Parasite. Hangul Celluloid's Paul Quinn joins us to give recommendations from the Korean Film Archive's YouTube channel, wh…
 
We continue with the second of our two-part celebration of Hong Kong comedy, as Andrew, James and Stephen bring the chat right up to date. Maja picks her favourite as well, while Podcast On Fire's Kenneth Brorsson tells us How he got into easternFlicks! This episode's timecodes 00:32 - Introduction 01:00 - Her Fatal Ways09:15 - Maja Korbecka's favo…
 
We thought we could all do with a laugh right now, so in a two-part special we celebrate Hong Kong comedy! Stephen joins James and Andrew once again to pick out some of our favourites over the years, from Stephen Chow's mo lei tau, to the spooky and martial art comedies. Podcast On Fire's Kenneth Brorsson picks out one of his favourite scenes, whil…
 
In another standalone special from Maja and Kaj, they report back on Amsterdam's CinemAsia Film Festival. No one knew it at the time, but it was one of the last festivals to go ahead for what might be a while. How things have changed in a month. They discuss Lee Sang-geun’s fun blockbuster Exit, Diao Yinan's The Wild Goose Lake, Arden Roz Condez's …
 
This episode we move away from timely releases to focus on one of James' favourite film series of all time: the notorious Guinea Pig video series from Japan! We also pick out Park Hoon-jung's The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion and the second season of Kingdom for you to binge-watch, while Hangul Celluloid's Paul Quinn tells us How he got into easter…
 
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