Addition to Japan Blog Directory
New Blog: Psycho-Drama
- URL: http://psycho-drama.com/
- Category: Japanese Culture
- Start Date: March, 2012
- Location: United States
Japanese movie and drama series reviews, also featuring Korean and Chinese cinema. Regular posts on popular Asian actresses, singers and models.
I love Japan.
“Japan Cinema is a 3-part lifestyle project that houses both film reviews, an online-magazine, and artist interviews. It acts as a natural expansion for movies, art, and Asian culture. Since it’s creation, coverage includes festival discoveries, forgotten classics, Hollywood blockbusters, Interviews and Top 10 lists. JapanCinema has sought out upcoming talent and has helped some of the world’s most fabulous artists, designers and actors make their mark on the creative world.”
“The writers are an impressive array of very smart people, each with their own accomplishments and different perspectives in the creative field. Yet, this team is able to work together in a respectful, collaborative manner. From this alone, I’d say it is a special time at Japan Cinema. A time where we have been able to successfully bring together passionate film lovers for a diverse, yet fundamentally unified adventure. It is not only our goal, but our pleasure to bring you the latest, oldest, and most interesting news from all realms of film, creative art and design.”
Green Tea Graffiti wishes to unite a front on Asian media, striving to branch out to Asia as a whole, rather than solely focusing on one country. From anime, music, and movies to video gaming and the culture itself, we know that vistors to GTG are not just focused on one hobby – such as music – but a variety of activities and GTG reflects this. Our doors at GTG are always open, so feel free to discuss unique topics on the forums with both the GTG staff and other GTGers. After all, you are now a part of the community.
Green Tea Graffiti is written by a group of 14 writers who mostly are of Asian origin. Each writer covers some specialty in Manga, Anime, Music or Movie from Japan and or Korea.
There is an active community of artists and filmmakers in Japan, some of whose works are widely known, and others whose aren’t. This blog is giving descriptions of some of these films in both English and Japanese to reach a wider audience and to inspire others to watch some of these movies for themselves.
“My interest in Japanese movies started well before I came to Japan but it has certainly received a boost since my moving to the Kanto Area some years ago. I’ve had an opportunity to meet many other great people interested in all areas of film study here and their advice has helped fashion the various angles from which I prefer to look at movies. Because of this, my own writings on film have gone from scribbled notes on the backs of pamphlets and loose peices of paper to something a bit more formal and organized.”