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Ashley Wu on Mogul Mowgli

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Ashley Wu on Mogul Mowgli

Guest post by Ashley Wu, student at New York University Imposter syndrome is real: and it is prevalent...
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All the Things We Never Said: The Permanence of Choice

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All the Things We Never Said: The Permanence of Choice

Guest post by Dante Cosentino, student at New York University Cicadas chirp in the summer breeze. I’m not...
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Bella Dubens on Gyopo

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Bella Dubens on Gyopo

Guest post by Bella Dubens, student at New York University Samuel Kiehoon Lee’s directorial debut, Gyopo tells the...
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Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue: A Tribute to Rural China

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Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue: A Tribute to Rural China

Guest post by Ziqi Liu, student at New York University Swimming Out Till the Sea Turns Blue is...
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Emily Crandall on The Donut King

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Emily Crandall on The Donut King

Guest post by Emily Crandall, student at New York University Food documentaries are always on my radar. Anything...
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Kathy Park on Kim Ji-Young, Born 1982

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Kathy Park on Kim Ji-Young, Born 1982

Guest post by Kathy Park, student at New York University Around halfway into Kim Ji-Young, Born 1982, protagonist...
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Nicolas Pedrero-Setzer on Tsai Ming-liang’s Days

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Nicolas Pedrero-Setzer on Tsai Ming-liang’s Days

Guest post by Nicolas Pedrero-Setzer, student at New York University A man sits and thinks in silence for...
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76 DAYS: Carry Fire

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76 DAYS: Carry Fire

Guest post by Yihan Hong, student at New York University On 23 January 2020, with only two more...
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The Donut King​: a film about Cambodians interpreted by a Cambodian

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The Donut King​: a film about Cambodians interpreted by a Cambodian

Guest post by Julia Hok, student at Stanford University As Alice Gu intended, ​The Donut King​ accurately shares...
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The Paper Tigers: two takes from Stanford students

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The Paper Tigers: two takes from Stanford students

Poison Fingers and Recognizing Responsibility in Bao Tran’s The Paper Tigers Guest post by Morgan Gwilym Tso, student...