APlusReports.com is taking an in-depth look at Asian cinema in a series of seminars. The recent Deauville film festival, highlighting the enormous Asian market, is our starting point. Our studies will prepare writers for upcoming projects involving movie critiques and reviews focusing on this region of the world. Deauville distills what is best amongst the myriad films categorized as Asian. Since this includes half of all the movies made annually and 70 nationalities, this is a rather overwhelming subject. However, our writers will start small in understanding the field. For example, the seminar might screen selected works of the young Chinese filmmaker, Jia Zhangke, a multiple Deauville winner over the last decade. In addition, there are several strong Korean entries in the current years batch. We might also examine last years Palme dOr winner,
Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul's "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives". The discussion will be lively, scholarly, and will lay the groundwork for future projects from our customers addressing Asian film. This is the sort of professional development effort that APlusReports.com undertakes intermittently to keep our writers up to speed. You can read about other such seminars, on film and other topics, by checking out http://aplusreports.com. About Us: APlusReports.com has to keep our writers up to speed on a huge array of subjects. After all, we promise, and fulfill the promise that no topic is too new, too obscure, or too complex for us to handle. We start with talented, curious writers and add to their store of knowledge and skills frequently. Thus, we can help customers with all their academic writing challenges.