James Balmont


Design & LivingDon’t Miss: 13 Rare East Asian Classics to Catch In The Cinema This Month
Go Seppuku Yourselves, 2021
Design & LivingExploring the Films of Japan’s Lost Cult Filmmaker Toshiaki Toyoda
Do the Right Thing, 1989
Design & LivingA Guide to the 90s ‘Golden Age’ of Black Cinema
Merry Christmas, Mr Lawrence, 1983
Design & LivingFour Essential Queer Films from Japan, Taiwan and South Korea
Design & LivingInside an Elusive Chronicle of Tilda Swinton’s New Film, Memoria
Robotrix, 1991
Design & LivingA Guide to Hong Kong’s Mind-Blowing ‘Category III’ Video Nasties
Design & LivingAn Introduction to the Chameleonic Cinema of Kim Jee-woon
Design & LivingDirector Michel Franco on His Brutal Class War Thriller, New Order
Hou Hsiao-hsien Millennium Mambo, 2001
Design & LivingA Guide to Hou Hsiao-Hsien, the Most Cherished Auteur of Taiwanese Cinema
Better Days, 2019
Design & LivingExploring the Crime Cinema Renaissance of Post-Handover Hong Kong
Born In Flames, 1983
Design & LivingFive Dystopian Films That Warn of Nightmarish Near-Futures