Once again our good friends at the New York Asian Film Festival are showing their generosity to Dread Central readers. They've offered a pair of tickets each to screenings of Boxer's Omen or Asura during the fest. Read on for the details of how you can win!
The 11th annual New York Asian Film Festival (June 29 through July 15) has announced its full schedule, which will showcase over 50 feature films and three programs of short films from Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, the USA, and Vietnam.
Fans of Asian cinema in the New York area are sure to be happy to get the news that the 11th annual New York Asian Film Festival has set the dates of June 29 through July 15 for this year's event. We've got tons of news about it so read on.
Our good friends at the New York Asian Film Festival are nothing if not generous to Dread Central readers. To prove it, they're offering a pair of tickets each to screenings of Riki-Oh, Battle Royale, and Yakuza Weapon during the fest.
The New York Asian Film Festival turns ten years old in 2011, and while this year's offerings are light on horror, we'd be remiss if we didn't recognize the fest's decade-long contribution to Asian cinema buffs. Read on for what will be available to genre fans from July 1st-14th, 2011.
Dread Central recently showcased The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s upcoming program Shinjuku Outlaw: 13 Films By Takashi Miike here. The visionary director was slated to make a rare US appearance at the festival to introduce a few of his films as well as conduct a Q&A.
Anyone who knows anything about modern Japanese cinema will tell you that no one makes as interesting a film as Takashi Miike.
Two things that get nerds hot. Tokyo and GORE!!! Put them together and you have magic. New York Asian Film Festival is shaping up nicely and we announced the creepiest of the bunch a couple of days back.
While The Tribeca Film Festival draws to a close, we bid farewell to the onslaught of indie film makers and fans of such things who flew in for the event. While the show was spectacular as always, you don't exactly attend it to see things that will freak you out ... on purpose.