In celebration of Pi Day earlier this week, we have a couple of coming of age films today – Life of Pi vs. American Pie.
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Let’s run for the Chinese hills, shelter from a Japanese typhoon, break some glass, get creepy, win a raft race, and go to prison! It’s the final part of our AAAFF coverage!
New films from acclaimed contemporary Japanese directors, a documentary about a 105-year-old Disney artist, stunning Hawaiian street art, and much more – it’s AAAFF 2016!
Today we have two tales of revolt and mad questing. Snowpiercer is about a sci-fi battle of the haves vs. the have nots on a train. Aguirre: The Wrath of God is about a megalomaniac in the jungle.
A heartbreaking anime to rival GRAVE OF THE FIREFLIES, a depressing look at India’s brightest, and one wild night in Iran. It’s the final chapter of AAAFF.
If you can’t name a murdered Oscar winner, if you don’t know how to qualify for Olympic ping-pong, if you’ve ever wanted to work in a brothel, this list is for you.
A Korean John Hughes movie? An X-rated drug trip starring Tadanobu Asano? A film in Chinese and Quechua? It must be the AAAFF.
What makes a Spielberg movie a Spielberg movie? In the 1970s, it was scary stuff happening in daylight.
Spielberg + Hanks + Coen Brothers + Spies. Are you not entertained?
Deserving of reevaluation, Paul Schrader’s American Gigolo (1980) has not always been a highly regarded film, but there’s more beneath its pop exterior than what meets the eye.