Reel Asian’s Travel Blog: Berlinale, CAAMFest & Cannes

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Oh The Places We’ve Been! Although Reel Asian has rolled away the red carpet after our festival, we’re still always on the lookout for new film titles to bring to our Toronto audiences. Our staff and Programming Team travel to internationally-acclaimed […]

Reel Asian’s Travel Blog: Hong Kong International Film Festival & Filmart

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Oh The Places We’ve Been! Although Reel Asian has rolled away the red carpet after our festival, we’re still always on the lookout for new film titles to bring to our Toronto audiences. Our staff and Programming Team travel to internationally-acclaimed film […]

Remade: Love, Hate, Debate!

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Article written by Aram Collier Some of the best memories of my formative years in San Francisco were spent going to the Four Star theatre in the Outer Richmond neighbourhood I grew up in, which was the only theatre regularly […]

Unpacking the Tracking Agency

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Reel Asian is pleased to be co-presenting a programme of Filipino short works at the 28th Images Festival this Friday, April 10, 2015. The screening, entitled The Kalampag Tracking Agency, will take place at Jackman Hall and tickets are $12 […]

Reel Asian selections at Images Festival 2015

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Images Festival is opening this week and we’re excited to share our picks of this year’s line-up! Now in its 28th year, Images Festival celebrates the best in contemporary and experimental film, media and art from April 9-18, 2015. Apart […]

Lunar New Year: Global Games

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I’ll admit it. There were times that I was less than enthusiastic about my family Lunar New Year celebrations. But I can’t be the only one who felt this way right? I will be the first to admit that there were […]

Filmmaker Update: John Pirozzi

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There’s a saying that “Music is the soul of a nation”. What happens when a nation’s music is silenced? Don’t Think I’ve Forgotten: Cambodia’s Lost Rock and Roll is a fascinating documentary about Cambodia’s modern music history. The film captures […]

Filmmaker Update: Albert Shin and Shasha Nakhai

The Toronto Film Critics Association has announced their award winners and we’re pleased to share that Albert Shin, director of In Her Place, is the recipient of the Scotiabank Jay Scott Award for an Emerging Artist! The awards gala will be held […]