This blog is a place for all contributors of Nisimazine to continue to write, photograph, make video and discuss cinema together after the workshops. An extension of the magazine, this is a free space to keep sharing new insights and experiences through reviews, essays, quotes, interviews and festival reports. You can join any conversation by posting comments. So…, let’s go !
By Geoffrey Crété (France), 31 May 2011 | Direct-to-DVD |Translations: [en]
Sometimes, Cannes Film Festival shows some interesting and yet surprising curiosity for movies usually snubbed by them. This year, everybody was wondering how Takashi Miike and his Hara-Kiri in 3D landed in the official competition. Five years ago, Richard (…)
By Geoffrey Crété (France), 22 March 2011 | Direct-to-DVD |Translations: [en]
In France, we have so many female directors that it’s almost illogical to wonder about sexism in the cinema industry – I said almost, but it’s not the main subject right now. Across the Atlantic, it’s another story. Sofia Coppola, Kathryn Bigelow, Catherine Hardwicke, Nora Ephron, Mira Nair, Nancy Meyers, Amy Heckerling, Julie Taymor and the Australian Jane (…)
By Geoffrey Crété (France), 16 February 2011 | Direct-to-DVD |Translations: [en]
When a movie doesn’t entirely satisfy a studio’s expectations - and we’re talking about money, not art - several things can and will happen. A (…)