Here you will find a collection of articles about European and Asian filmmaking. Both continents have a remarkably rich cinematic history, dating back to the 19th century. Over the years, various filmmakers from Europe and Asia have introduced the world to new styles and genres, shaping the world of cinema as it is seen today.
Recent years have also seen a successful increase in collaborations between European and Asian filmmakers, coming together to create everything from documentaries to music videos. Actors, producers, and directors inspire each other to do better, accumulating a mix of cultural traits and developing new ideas never thought of before.
With globalization and the spread of technology, more people interested in film are able to work independently, leading to a rise in amateur filmmaking all over the world. More importantly, this will benefit developing economies in Asia and Europe where the film industries are less powerful. As noted with China, a growing movie market also paves the way for alternative filmmaking and underground movements. In the end, this will set new trends and at the same time challenge the mainstream industry to perform better.
Today, there’s an ever-growing list of films being made in Europe and Asia. It’s almost impossible to keep track of everything that will be screened in theaters or online in the near future. Still, the aim of this website is to provide you with more insights and recommendations on European and Asian films. The site is here to accompany your viewing experience.