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Title Author Type Date Words
Playing against type: Akira Mizuta Lippit on postwar Japanese film. Critical essay Feb 1, 2013 3344
Envisioning a community of survivors in Distance and Air Doll. Park, Je Cheol Critical essay Apr 13, 2011 7778
Why nobody knows--family and society in modern Japan. Jacoby, Alexander Critical essay Apr 13, 2011 7178
Laughter and tears: the social critiques of Kore-eda's Hana and Yamanaka Sadao's Humanity and Paper Balloons. Nordstrom, Johan Critical essay Apr 13, 2011 10270
A dialogue through memories: Still Walking. Wada-Marciano, Mitsuyo Critical essay Apr 13, 2011 5240
Kore-eda's children: an analysis of Lessons from a Calf, Nobody Knows, and Still Walking. Nolletti, Arthur, Jr. Critical essay Apr 13, 2011 7887
Introduction: Kore-eda Hirokazu, director at a crossroads. Nolletti, Arthur, Jr. Editorial Apr 13, 2011 3353
Reality's poetry: Kore-eda Hirokazu between fact and fiction. Sorensen, Lars-Martin Critical essay Apr 13, 2011 5993
Kore-eda's Maborosi: showing only what is necessary. Richie, Donald Critical essay Apr 13, 2011 3456
After life." history, memory, trauma and the transcendent. Desser, David Critical essay Apr 13, 2011 8268
Japanese science fiction and conceptions of the (human) subject. Poulaki, Maria Critical essay Sep 1, 2010 5857
Whatever happened to films inspired by comics?: The case of Always (2005). McDonald, Keiko I. Critical essay Jan 1, 2009 7341
Ghosts in a super flat global village: globalization, surrealism, and contemporary Japanese horror films. Lowenstein, Adam Critical essay Jan 1, 2009 6735
Technoghosts and culture shocks: sociocultural shifts in American remakes of J-horror. Wetmore, Kevin J., Jr. Critical essay Jan 1, 2009 5051
A Long Walk. Edwards, Russell Sep 18, 2006 499
A true demon bound by no rules: an introduction to character and vengeance in the Lone Wolf and Cub films: Lone Wolf and Cub is an epic narrative of vengeance set against the backdrop of feudal Japan during the Tokugawa era (1600-1867). This creative property originated as a manga series in 1970, spanning some 9000 pages and twenty-eight volumes. McKenzie, Andrew Critical essay Mar 22, 2006 2471
A gesture and a pose: the cinema of Mikio Naruse. Bock, Audie Critical Essay Nov 1, 2005 2292
Spirited Away: film of the fantastic and evolving Japanese folk symbols. Reider, Noriko T. Critical Essay Mar 22, 2005 8537
The animation of Anne: Japanese anime encounters the diary of a holocaust icon. Ramachandran, Hema Critical Essay Sep 22, 2004 5711
The spaces in-between: the Cinema of Yasujiro Ozu. Bingham, Adam Jan 1, 2004 9300
The films of Yasujiro Ozu: true to form. Oct 1, 2003 3740
Distance Hirokazu Kore-eda. (Toronto International Film Festival). Morrison, Susan Critical Essay Sep 22, 2001 1515
Asian Fusion. Morrison, Susan Correction Notice Jan 1, 2001 2513

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