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    Night Edge Pictures celebrates with 3 horror films

    Life, Published on 04/08/2023

    » To celebrate the first anniversary of Night Edge Pictures this month, the Bangkok-based film producer and distributor released the horror film Huesera: The Bone Woman in Thai cinemas this week.

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    Creating change through music

    Life, Suwitcha Chaiyong, Published on 05/06/2023

    » Noom* auditioned for many singing groups, but he was always rejected since he did not have a degree in singing. Meanwhile, at a tender age, Ton* experienced an embarrassing moment while singing onstage as his trousers were unzipped and the audience laughed at him. Since then, he has given up singing in public.

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    Time for Asean films to shine

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 08/12/2021

    » The pandemic notwithstanding, it has been a stimulating year for Southeast Asian cinema. Reflective, heartfelt and oddball new titles from Indonesia, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand have won major prizes or become critical favourites at international film festivals throughout 2021. Now, many of these films are coming to the big screen in Thailand as the Bangkok Asean Film Festival 2021 (BAFF) is set to open tonight.

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    Franco-Thai animation film fest kicks off today

    Life, Published on 04/03/2021

    » The "Franco-Thai Animation Film Festival" kicks off today with over 10 movies to be screened in Bangkok and Chiang Mai until March 16.

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    Revisiting Wong's dance of desire

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 30/10/2020

    » Drenched with desire, Wong Kar-wai's In The Mood For Love feels like a plush, vivid dream lodged in the deepest recess of a lover's heart. Now, the heart is beating again and the dream is being projected on the big screen some 20 years after the film first stunned audiences at Cannes and launched a wave of copycats around Asia.

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    Asean on screen

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 02/09/2020

    » Ahead of the BAFF featuring Southeast Asian movies plus Chinese and Japanese titles, Life spoke with two filmmakers about their work

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    Equality falls short

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 27/07/2020

    » Push to legalise same-sex civil partnerships a step in the right direction but work still remains to ensure LGBTI have the same rights as everyone else

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    Seems like old times

    Life, Tatat Bunnag, Published on 26/06/2020

    » To some, the three-month shutdown of movie theatres might not be a big deal. But for an avid moviegoer like myself, there's nothing like the thrill of entering a chilly, air-conditioned theatre with popcorn in hand. The reopening of theatres, and the release of blockbusters like Christopher Nolan's Tenet and Unhinged, a thriller starring Russell Crowe, along with Disney's live-action Mulan gave me a sort of comfort that the days of the old normal may not be too far ahead.

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    Cinema scope

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 12/06/2020

    » After months of endless streaming in the confinement of your home, cinemas are finally open once more! Though our movie-going experience may look a little different than it was before, at least for the next few weeks or so, it's still good to know that we have the choice to actually watch films in a proper cinema. If you're dying to finally go on a movie date with your friends, loved ones, or you just want to treat yourself, here are the movies showing in various cinemas right now.

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    Reopening act

    Guru, Eric E Surbano, Published on 05/06/2020

    » The time has come: people are getting out of their houses because places are starting to reopen. Is it a good thing or a bad thing? It depends on how you look at it. It's great that the butt indent on our couches is getting a relief, but then again, people overcrowding places like Ikea is the downside. They probably all rushed there to replace their sofas. Nevertheless, a number of places have reopened, which means you have stuff to do and places to see other than going to the supermarket for groceries. If you've been dying to get out of the house, these places offer a respite.

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