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Akira Kurosawa's Rhapsody in August is a shrine to Nagasaki, whose bombing ended World War II 75 years ago
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Akira Kurosawa's Rhapsody in August is a shrine to Nagasaki, whose bombing ended World War II 75 years ago

The horrors endured by the local populace in Akira Kurosawa's war drama are felt in every frame, but the film itself is as serene as a Zen garden.

Red Beard, the last Kurosawa-Mifune collaboration, is a film for these times — it’s about healing and hope
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Red Beard, the last Kurosawa-Mifune collaboration, is a film for these times — it’s about healing and hope

Red Beard is a 1965 Japanese film about two doctors. It is really a story about healing: physical healing, emotional healing, social healing.

National Film Archive of India director Prakash Magdum defends loss of Doordarshan footage, and other controversies
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National Film Archive of India director Prakash Magdum defends loss of Doordarshan footage, and other controversies

National Film Archive of India, Pune has recently been under the fire for the loss and damage of the footage of classics.

Akira Kurosawa's classic drama Rashomon to be turned into 10-part anthology TV series at Amblin
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Akira Kurosawa's classic drama Rashomon to be turned into 10-part anthology TV series at Amblin

The 10-episode series based on Rashomon will narrate one singular crime from the perspective of different characters

Akira Kurosawa’s Ikiru to get Hollywood remake from Carol producer Stephen Woolley
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Akira Kurosawa’s Ikiru to get Hollywood remake from Carol producer Stephen Woolley

Stephen Woolley announced the Ikiru remake in the foreword of a book which discusses Scala Cinema, the theater that he set up in 1979

On Kurosawa's 20th death anniversary, remembering Rashōmon and his only female-centric film
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On Kurosawa's 20th death anniversary, remembering Rashōmon and his only female-centric film

What’s fascinating, today, is that Kurosawa matches the melodrama in the story with visual melodrama.