Friday, July 03, 2009

New York Asian Film Fest Guests Yoshihiro Nishimura, Tak Sakaguchi, and Noboru Iguchi on the Subtle Differences Between American and Japanese Movie Se

6/30/09 at 6:15 PM

New York Asian Film Fest Guests Yoshihiro Nishimura, Tak Sakaguchi, and Noboru Iguchi on the Subtle Differences Between American and Japanese Movie Sets

Photo: Bilge Ebiri

Now in its eighth year, the New York Asian Film Festival has specialized in bringing some of the most artfully effed-up films in the world to the city’s eager audiences. This past weekend, we got to sit down with three of the festival’s honored guests, each of them an iconic figure in Japanese cult cinema. Yoshihiro Nishimura, a legendary director and effects artist who was premiering his latest film, the gore-drenched (and awesome-looking) Vampire Girl vs. Frankenstein Girl; Tak Sakaguchi, an action director and star who was premiering his directorial debut, Be a Man! Samurai School; and Noboru Iguchi, the director of such insane films as Machine Girl and RoboGeisha (we’re not being hyperbolic; check out the trailer for RoboGeisha here). They even brought props!

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