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‘Don’t Make Me Go’ Trailer: John Cho Stars In Hannah Marks’ Upcoming Tribeca Film

In a sea of talented actors in modern film and television, few may shine brighter than John Cho. From acclaimed performances like his leading role in the thriller “Searching” or the drama “Minari” to more divided opinions on his rendition of legendary anime protagonist Spike Spiegel in the Netflix live-action adaptation of “Cowboy Bebop,” Cho […]

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‘Decision’ Cannes Win is Vindication for Korean Culture, a Tight Group of Friends and the Corporation That Backed Them Over Two Decades

Coming only three years after the Palme d’Or for “Parasite,” the two Cannes prizes for Park Chan-wook as best director and for Song Kang-ho as best actor are further proof of the strength of Korean cinema’s originality, its elevated skills and its resilience.Korean movies have been temporarily overshadowed by K-pop and Korean TV dramas – […]

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The west misses the point of Everything Everywhere All at Once – it gets the Asian psyche

Failure to understand the film’s message is just another example of the way Hollywood continues to dismiss Asian achievement and storiesIt isn’t every day the Chinese community – or Asians for that matter – see their stories writ large in Hollywood. You have The Joy Luck Club in 1993 and, more than 20 years later, […]

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LA Film Critics Awards: ‘Drive My Car’ Wins Best Picture, ‘Power of the Dog’ Runner-Up

The voting for the Los Angeles Film Critics Association’s (Lafca) best films and best performances of 2021 took place virtually on Saturday. The awards were announced via the group’s Twitter account. throughout the day. The top prizes went to Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s “Drive My Car” for Best Picture, plus Best Director, Best Actor Simon Rex (“Red […]

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Oklahoma’s Stable Incentives, Studio Space and Crew Boosts Production

Oklahoma has seen booms before, mostly in the oil business. But right now, the state’s boom has more to do with celluloid.Among several Sundance hits over the past few years, “Minari” and “Stillwater” shot in the state, and now Martin Scorsese is lensing his big-budget “Killer of the Flower Moon,” starring Leonardo DiCaprio, there while […]

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Frances McDormand Could Be the First Person Nominated for Best Picture and Acting Oscars Consecutively

A24 and Apple Original Films play double duty on the William Shakespeare adaptation of “The Tragedy of Macbeth” from Joel Coen. With A24’s awards website launching, their entire roster is listed for industry guilds and voters to consider this awards season. The studio that brought Barry Jenkins’ “Moonlight” to a best picture win and made […]

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The Fascinating True Story Behind Minari

Everybody loves an underdog. During this year’s awards season, that honor was given to Lee Isaac Chung’s “Minari.” The film follows the Yis, a Korean American family migrating to Arkansas from California. Patriarch Jacob (Steven Yeun) dreams of starting a farm, despite protests from his wife Monica (Yeri Han), and at the risk of uprooting […]

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‘Minari’ producer Christina Oh joins Annapurna as EVP, co-head of film

Executive was at Plan B for a decade.Minari producer Christina Oh has left Plan B and joined Annapurna as EVP and co-head of film alongside Adam Paulsen.Oh, who shepherded and produced Lee Isaac Chung’s Oscar-nominated Minari, will report to Annapurna head Megan Ellison, Cco Sue Naegle and COO Chris Corabi.‘Minari’ producer Christina Oh on her […]

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