Tag: Wong Kar Wai

Forgotten Film Friday: In the Mood for Love

By Michael McNulty There’s nothing forgettable about In the Mood for Love, but and be honest, when was the last time you thought about whacking it on the DVD player and settling in to watch it on a Friday night? Released in 2000, Wong Kar Wai’s film was fifteen months ...

The Growth Of Migration Cinema

By Michael McNulty The representation of immigrants, diasporas, and conflict of cultural identity has, in the latter half of the century, slowly found footing in recent cinema, under the moniker of migration cinema. These films, which often blend or reimagine the generic conventions and production modes and practices typically associated ...