Publications about films from Asia - Hong Kong, Tokyo, Korea... big monsters, maverick filmmakers, oddball directors.

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  1. Turning Point

    Turning Point: 1997-2008


    In the mid-1990s, filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki moved from success to success as his work found an audience outside of Japan. Learn More
  2. Tokyo Grindhouse Volume 1

    Tokyo Grindhouse Volume 1: Pinky Violence Bad Girl Cinema


    Between 1970 and 1974, numerous Japanese film companies - in particular Nikkatsu and Toei - produced dozens of films in a new sub-genre which combined action, sex, violence and crime, and was dominated by ruthless and deadly delinquent females. Learn More
  3. The Art of Osamu Tezuka

    The Art of Osamu Tezuka: God of Manga


    Osamu Tezuka has often been called “the god of manga” and “the Walt Disney of Japan,” but he was far more than that. Tezuka was Walt Disney, Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, Tim Burton, and Carl Sagan all rolled into one incredibly prolific creator, changing the face of Japanese culture forever. Best known for Astro Boy and Kimba the White Lion, Tezuka was instrumental in developing Japanese animation and modern manga comics. Learn More
  4. Starting Point

    Starting Point: 1979-1996


    In the first two decades of his career, filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki laid the groundwork for his legendary movies. Learn More
  5. Re-Agitator

    Re-Agitator: A Decade Of Writing On Takashi Miike


    From outrageous flavour of the month to respected modern master - Takashi Miike's rise to fame has been stellar. The former bad boy of Japanese film is now a regular at the world's most prestigious film festivals. Learn More
  6. Oriental Cinema #9 (Vol. 3)

    Oriental Cinema #9 (Vol. 3)


    The Femme Fatales Issue! Learn More
  7. Neo #120

    Neo Magazine #120


    Turning Japanese. Learn More
  8. Killer Kaiju Monsters

    Killer Kaiju Monsters: Strange Beasts of Japanese Film


    Killer Kaiju Monsters is the ultimate ode to the legendary monsters of the Japanese golden era of special effects movies and television shows, beginning with the granddaddy of them all—Godzilla. Learn More
  9. Japanese Cinema

    Japanese Cinema


    Beyond Kurosawa! Exploring the work of the greatest Japanese filmmakers. Learn More
  10. J-Horror

    J-Horror: The Definitive Guide to The Ring, The Grudge and Beyond


    Through franchises such as The Ring and The Grudge, Japanese horror films over the past decade or so have exerted a singular influence on the horror genre and on the film industry as a whole. Learn More

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