Posts Tagged ‘Still Walking’

SUMMER HOURS Tops indieWIRE’s 2009 Critics Survey

For the fourth year, indieWIRE has polled critcs and bloggers from around the country on the best of the year. Olivier Assayas’ SUMMER HOURS tops the list, making this the second year in a row that an IFC Film has been the most celebrated among the cri …

Perfect ‘A’ Rating for STILL WALKING from The AV Club

From The Onion AV Club Hirokazu Kore-Eda’s home drama Still Walking is a master class in doing much with little. The movie’s style and plot are simplicity itself. A Japanese family, including unemployed art restorer Hiroshi Abe, his father (Yoshio H …

Rave 5-Star Review of STILL WALKING from Time Out New York

From Time Out New York: *****FIVE STARS (Highest Rating) Buried family traumas lie at the heavy hearts of many recent American dramas, films like Rachel Getting Married, Ballast, even The Wrestler. Japan, it must be said, has long made this subgenre  …

New York Times Portrait of Kore-Eda Hirokazu

From The New York Times: By DENNIS LIM Published: August 12, 2009 DEATH looms large in the films of the Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda. The young heroine of his feature debut, “Maborosi” (1995), is haunted by the inexplicable suicide of he …

STILL WALKING

Today The New York Times premiered the trailer for STILL WALKING.  The trailer was edited by our friend Brendan McFadden, a producer of Aaron Katz’s films DANCE PARTY USA and QUIET CITY.  The film will open August 31 at Lincoln Plaza and the Angelika in  …


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