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A Scene Adapted from Old Magic by Marianne Curley

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Some years ago, a producer named Sarah Usmen, a recent graduate at the time from a film school  in the US, approached me about making a film of Old Magic. 235 more words



Suicide has always been a part of my life, long before I fully understood its magnitude or permanency.

Looming over my head, lurking in the walking-on-eggshell good days and overpowering all else on days bad, until it slowly seeped into every pore of my being. 235 more words

Cat Skinners 

The bright post on the outside office wall catches my energy eye each whistling morning. Cat Skinners titles the picture of an animated lion on hungry hunt. 426 more words

Effective Operations

Touching down in Tokyo

In my Special Topics Japanese literature course on Natsume Soseki, my professor never failed to remind my classmates and me that we are members of the elite, privileged in our pursuit of a higher education. 598 more words

Temple Japan

MISS SHERLOCK is HBO Asia's Gender-Swapped Retelling of Sherlock Holmes

via HBO Asia

“MISS SHERLOCK pays homage to the classic by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes, with bold interpretations of the iconic characters, Sherlock Holmes and Dr.

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Surprise! A Mary and the Witch's Flower Preview Post!

Mary and the Witch’s Flower premieres in U.S. theaters in both English and Japanese tomorrow, January 18th.

I was fortunate enough to attend get tickets to the Japanese language premiere screening in New York City at the AMC 25 in Times Square. 586 more words


Frankenstein 2018: 200 Years of Monsters (CFP)

The call for papers is now out for the “Frankenstein 2018: 200 Years of Monsters” conference hosted by the Australian National University and the National Film and Sound Archive in Canberra, Australia (12 – 15 September 2018). 192 more words