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  • A clay figure set scene from “The Missing Picture,” nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2014 Academy Awards. (photo courtesy of the BFI London Film Festival)   Rithy Panh looked at the various gadgets I had placed on the table in front of me and sighed.  A tablet device with an audio recording app, and a camcorder with a separate microphone and pocket tripod served as yet another reminder that the clock is ticking i...

    A Rithy Panh interview: “The Missing Picture” and Cambodian cinema

    Yuan-Kwan Chan A clay figure set scene from “The Missing Picture,” nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2014 Academy Awards. (photo courtesy of the BFI London Film Festival)   Rithy Panh looked at the various gadgets I had placed on the table in front of me and sighed.  A tablet device with an audio recording app, and a camcorder with a separate microphone and pocket tripod served as yet another reminder that the clock is ticking i...

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  • The oeuvre of Park Chan-wook seems designed to confound auteurists looking for a consistent directorial signature. He followed up the little-seen “The Moon is What the Sun Dreams Of” and “Threesome” with the massive blockbuster “Joint Security Area,” the grim “Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance,” and continued his so-called “revenge trilogy” with “Oldboy” and “Lady Vengeance.” Park’s new film, the sweet and delightfully oddball romance “I’m a Cyborg, Bu...

    “I’m a Cyborg, But That’s OK” – 2007 New York Asian Film Festival Review

    Christopher Bourne The oeuvre of Park Chan-wook seems designed to confound auteurists looking for a consistent directorial signature. He followed up the little-seen “The Moon is What the Sun Dreams Of” and “Threesome” with the massive blockbuster “Joint Security Area,” the grim “Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance,” and continued his so-called “revenge trilogy” with “Oldboy” and “Lady Vengeance.” Park’s new film, the sweet and delightfully oddball romance “I’m a Cyborg, Bu...

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  • Topped with chocolate chips, the heart-shaped Luv’s Brownies pack a lot of flavor and punch. (photo by Yuan-Kwan Chan / Meniscus Magazine) “Love” is a four letter word for chocolate, and the public certainly showed its love at the 10th Annual Chocolate Show in New York last November. An hour into the show’s first full day, a line of eager chocolate fans of all ages waited patiently to enter the building. Inside, a sea of more than 60 vend...

    Sweeter than candy: Our picks from the 2007 Chocolate Show New York

    Pei Chien Topped with chocolate chips, the heart-shaped Luv’s Brownies pack a lot of flavor and punch. (photo by Yuan-Kwan Chan / Meniscus Magazine) “Love” is a four letter word for chocolate, and the public certainly showed its love at the 10th Annual Chocolate Show in New York last November. An hour into the show’s first full day, a line of eager chocolate fans of all ages waited patiently to enter the building. Inside, a sea of more than 60 vend...

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