On East Asian Filmmakers
The Dekalog series is a new list of bi-annual publications dedicated to presenting insightful criticism on a wide range of subjects across the full spectrum of contemporary global cinema.
Each issue is a guest-edited specially-themed volume including the writings of a diverse collection of authors, from academic scholars and cultural theorists, film and media critics, and filmmakers and producers, to various personalities involved in all kinds of institutionalised cinephilia such as film festival directors, cinema programmers and film museum curators.
These multiple voices provide informed and complementary commentary on all things cinematic, making the Dekalog series the new home for serious film criticism.
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