Lucky Cat podcast: The films of Tetsuya Nakashima
January 16, 2010
— Lucky Cat
Originally broadcast 13/01/09 on Resonance 104.4 FM
Episode 3.2 of Resonance FM’s Asian culture show presented by Zoe Baxter. This episode is a Tetsuya Nakashima special, looking at the films of the cult Japanese director who mixes pathos with a larger than life kitsch style to bewildering effect; including reviews of ‘Kamikaze Girls’ and ‘Memories of Matsuko’. Zoe is joined by the assistant editor of ‘Electric Sheep’ film magazine Alex Fitch and comic book artist Dan Lester. The Dim Sum Lunchbox contains a Japanese pickled herring dish.
Lucky Cat series 4 begins 21st January 2010 on www.resonancefm.com
Links: Dan’s website
Zoe’s Lucky Cat blog
Info about Memories of Matsuko and Kamikaze Girls
Watch Nakashima’s short film Rolling bomber special on youtube
Listen to Alex’s interview with Dan about his comic book work
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