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Chris Fujiwara

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Chris Fujiwara
Updated May 11, 2010 Chris Fujiwara is a writer, film critic, journalist, editor, and translator. Fujiwara is also the author of Jacques Tourneur: The Cinema of Nightfall (Johns Hopkins University Press; foreword by Martin Scorsese), and the general editor of the anthology Defining Moments in Movies - known in some parts of the world as Movies (Little Black Book) (Cassell Illustrated). Editor of Undercurrent and a former contributing editor of Hermenaut, Fujiwara has also written for Film Comment, Film Quarterly, Cineaste, InterCommunication, Osian's Cinemaya, CinémAction, The Asahi Shimbun, The Boston Phoenix, The Boston Globe, The Village Voice, The Chicago Reader, Film International, Moving Image Source, Senses of Cinema, and many other publications. He has contributed to numerous anthologies, including cem mil cigarros: Os Filmes de Pedro Costa (Orfeu Negro), Taking Things Seriously (Princeton Architectural Press), Sleaze Artists: Cinema at the Margins of Taste, Style, and Politics (Duke University Press), Sergei Paradjanov (Magic Cinema), The 1,001 Films You Must See Before You Die (Quintet Publishing/Barron's), Ozu 2003 (Asahi Shimbun Press), The B List: The National Society of Film Critics on the Low-Budget Beauties, Genre-Bending Mavericks, and Cult Classics We Love (Da Capo Press), The X List: The National Society of Film Critics' Guide to the Movies that Turn Us On (Da Capo Press), The Film Comedy Reader (Limelight Editions), and The Science Fiction Reader (Limelight Editions). He edited the catalog for the Peter Watkins retrospective at the 2007 Jeonju International Film Festival. Fujiwara has taught and lectured on film at Tokyo University, Temple University Japan, Yale University, Emerson College, Rhode Island School of Design, and the Athénée Français Cultural Center (Tokyo), and has participated in panel discussions and symposia on film aesthetics and criticism around the world. He has served on juries at numerous international film festivals. Fujiwara is a member of FIPRESCI (Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique), the National Society of Film Critics (USA), and the Boston Society of Film Critics. All articles copyright © 1998-2010 by Chris Fujiwara


Chris Fujiwara

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Chris Fujiwara: Mostly on Film | Chris Fujiwara Mostly on Film
Chris Fujiwara Chris Fujiwara Updated May 11, 2010 Chris Fujiwara is a writer, film critic, journalist, editor, and translator. Fujiwara is also the author of Jacques Tourneur: The Cinema of Nightfall (Johns Hopkins University Press; foreword by Martin Scorsese), and the general editor of the anthology Defining Moments in Movies - known in some parts of the world as Movies (Little Black Book) (Cassell Illustrated). Editor of Undercurrent and a former contributing editor of Hermenaut, Fujiwara has also written for Film Comment, Film Quarterly, Cineaste, InterCommunication, Osian's Cinemaya, CinémAction, The Asahi Shimbun, The Boston Phoenix, The Boston Globe, The Village Voice, The Chicago Reader, Film International, Moving Image Source, Senses of Cinema, and many other publications. He has contributed to numerous anthologies, including cem mil cigarros: Os Filmes de Pedro Costa (Orfeu Negro), Taking Things Seriously (Princeton Architectural Press), Sleaze Artists: Cinema at the Margins of Taste, Style, and Politics (Duke University Press), Sergei Paradjanov (Magic Cinema), The 1,001 Films You Must See Before You Die (Quintet Publishing/Barron's), Ozu 2003 (Asahi Shimbun Press), The B List: The National Society of Film Critics on the Low-Budget Beauties, Genre-Bending Mavericks, and Cult Classics We Love (Da Capo Press), The X List: The National Society of Film Critics' Guide to the Movies that Turn Us On (Da Capo Press), The Film Comedy Reader (Limelight Editions), and The Science Fiction Reader (Limelight Editions). He edited the catalog for the Peter Watkins retrospective at the 2007 Jeonju International Film Festival. Fujiwara has taught and lectured on film at Tokyo University, Temple University Japan, Yale University, Emerson College, Rhode Island School of Design, and the Athénée Français Cultural Center (Tokyo), and has participated in panel discussions and symposia on film aesthetics and criticism around the world. He has served on juries at numerous international film festivals. Fujiwara is a member of FIPRESCI (Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique), the National Society of Film Critics (USA), and the Boston Society of Film Critics. All articles copyright © 1998-2010 by Chris Fujiwara


Peter Watkins: The Pressure of Time

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Chris Fujiwara is an American film critic and writer whose work has been published in numerous periodicals and anthologies in English, French, and Japanese.
He is the editor of Undercurrent, FIPRESCI's magazine of film criticism. He is the author of The World and Its Double: The Life and Work of Otto Preminger(Faber & Faber), Jacques Tourneur: The Cinema of Nightfall (Johns Hopkins University Press), and the forthcoming Jerry Lewis (University of Illinois Press). He is also the general editor of Defining Moments in Movies (Cassell Illustrated), aka The Little Black Book: Movies. By Chris Fujiwara Originally published in Peter Watkins (Chris Fujiwara, editor, Jeonju International Film Festival, 2007) Chris Fujiwara


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chris-fujiwara | Edinburgh International Film Festival appoints Chris Fujiwara as artistic director
Edinburgh International Film Festival appoints Chris Fujiwara as artistic director | News | Screen Edinburgh International Film Festival appoints Chris Fujiwara as artistic director Chris Fujiwara has been appointed as the new artistic director of the Edinburgh International Film Festival. A writer, film critic, journalist, editor, and translator, Fujiwara is currently based in Tokyo, but is relocating to Scotland to take up the role. He was previously based in the US. Fujiwara has worked as a programme consultant, juror and selection advisor on a number of international film festivals. He is a member of FIPRESCI (Fédération Internationale de la Presse Cinématographique), the National Society of Film Critics (USA), and the Boston Society of Film Critics. Chair of the CMI, Leslie Hills, said the board was "delighted to have someone of the calibre of Chris Fujiwara joining us and we look forward to a festival to remember in 2012. His extraordinary knowledge of, and passion for, film coupled with a fantastic range of contacts, working with the expertise and dedication of Edinburgh International Film Festival staff, is exciting and will no doubt bring unexpected and delightful results." Fujiwara said he was "especially enthusiastic because Edinburgh is a festival that has been known in the past for taking the lead during periods when filmmaking and film criticism were going through major transitions." "I look forward to working hard to make Edinburgh central to the transitions that are now under way," he added.



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