Tokyo Tribe

Tokyo Tribe
Sion Sono delivers a truly eye searing, ear assaulting, hip hop odyssey

Gangster Payday

Gangster Payday
Will twinge the memories of that golden era of Hong Kong cinematic output

Axis Of War: The First Of August

Axis Of War: The First Of August
Promises plenty of grand scale war action but delivers very little
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Martin Wan June 11, 2013
Martin Wan

SG Action are a new UK-based team of screen and stage performers, specialising in screen fighting, martial arts, tricking, free running, cheerleading, breakdancing and much, much more. We caught up with Martin Wan, one of the founders of the team, to find out how it all came about.

Miki Satoshi & Eri Fuse March 11, 2013
Miki Satoshi & Eri Fuse

Miki Satoshi, the auteur of eccentric Japanese cinematic humour such as 'Turtles Are Surprisingly Fast Swimmers' and 'Instant Swamp', and regular leading lady Eri Fuse visited London last year. We had the privilege to have a brief chat with them about their work and their inspiration.

Eric Jacobus June 05, 2012
Eric Jacobus

Here at Far East Films we're huge fans of Eric Jacobus and The Stunt People. We've been enjoying their shorts for years and were extremely excited when we heard about their new film 'Death Grip'. With the release just around the corner, we got in touch with Eric to learn a little more about the movie.

Gareth Evans - Part Three April 02, 2012
Gareth Evans - Part Three

In the final part of this trilogy of interviews with one of the most exciting new action film-makers around, we discuss influences, how to make low budget film-making look high-class and the art of combining martial arts and drama. Be sure to checkout 'The Raid' at select UK cinemas from the 18th May, 2012.

Gareth Evans - Part Two March 16, 2012
Gareth Evans - Part Two

We know we've kept you waiting but it's finally time for the second part of our exclusive three part interview with 'Merantau' and 'The Raid' director Gareth Evans. In this segment we talk about how he ended up in Indonesia, the difficulties of working in extreme humidity and working 26 hours non-stop!

Gareth Evans - Part One February 14, 2012
Gareth Evans - Part One

Did you hear about the Welshman who travelled to South East Asia, rejuvenated Indonesia action cinema, brought the martial art of Silat to international audiences and went on to make one of the most hotly anticipated films of 2012? Director Gareth Evans talks exclusively to Far East Films...

Tsui Hark October 26, 2011
Tsui Hark

Just in case you're new to the Asian movie scene, Tsui Hark is a Hong Kong producer and director who is best known for his work during the Golden Age of Hong Kong cinema. We caught up with the masterful auteur while he was assisting with the UK release of 'Detective Dee' from Cine Asia.

Clement Cheng - Part Two October 09, 2011
Clement Cheng - Part Two

At this year's ‘Terracotta Film Festival’, Far East Films had the honour of catching up with writer/director Clement Cheng ('Gallants', 'Merry-Go-Round'). In part two of our exclusive interview with Clement, the award-winning director talks more about the filming process and future projects.

Clement Cheng - Part One August 02, 2011
Clement Cheng - Part One

At the ‘Terracotta Film Festival’, we had the honour of catching up with director Clement Cheng. In the first part of a fascinating interview and fresh from the Hong Kong Film Awards, Clement talks about the development of 'Gallants' and how to avoid getting beaten up by legendary kung-fu stars.

Andy Lau July 09, 2011
Andy Lau

As if you really needed to be told, Andy Lau is an actor, singer and producer who has been active in the entertainment industry for over 30 years. Whilst he was out promoting the UK DVD and Blu-Ray releases of 'Detective Dee & the Mystery Of The Phatom Flame', we caught up with Andy to quiz him on his career.

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