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Jericho Tadeo started writing about film in 2019. In the time since, he has reviewed hundreds of movies and interviewed just as many industry artists. In addition to writing, he has also guest-starred on movie podcasts and even served as a film festival juror. He has covered major events, like Sundance and TIFF, and has been a member of GALECA since 2023.


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Jun 29, 2024
On Pride, Order, and Chaos: ‘Your Name Engraved Herein’ and Etching a Spot in the Queer Canon
The Asian Cut's essay on Your Name Engraved Herein, as part of the Pride 2024 series looking at queer Asian cinema.
Jun 20, 2024
TJFF 2024: ‘Egoist’ Trades a More Powerful Story for Self-Serving Sentiment
The Asian Cut's review of Egoist from the Toronto Japanese Film Festival 2024.
Jun 14, 2024
Looking into The Queer Mirror of ‘Mulan’
The Asian Cut's essay on 'Mulan,' as part of the Pride 2024 series.
Jun 6, 2024
‘The Acolyte’ Will Take You to an Exciting New Galaxy Far, Far Away (You Just Have to Let It)
The Asian Cut's review of the first four episodes of the Star Wars Disney+ series, 'The Acolyte.'
Jun 4, 2024
Justinian Huang: From Film Studio Exec to Published Novelist — And Just Getting Started
The Asian Cut interviews author Justinian Huang about his debut novel, The Emperor and the Endless Palace.
Apr 24, 2024
‘Poetry’ Urges — Even Begs — Us to See the Beauty in Art and Life
The Asian Cut's essay on Lee Chang-dong's film, Poetry, and the pursuit of art itself.
Apr 22, 2024
Ramesha Nawal and Bakhtawar Mazhar on Sparking Uncomfortable Dialogues with ‘In Flames’
The Asian Cut interviewed In Flames stars, Ramesha Nawal and Bakhtawar Mazhar.
Mar 28, 2024
A Moment of Reflection with ‘The Queen of My Dreams’ Writer-Director Fawzia Mirza
The Asian Cut interview writer and director, Fawzia Mirza, about her feature debut, The Queen of My Dreams.
Mar 20, 2024
Canadian Film Fest 2024: Six More Shorts
The Asian Cut's review of six short films directed by Asian-Canadian directors, playing at the Canadian Film Fest 2024.
Mar 5, 2024
Introducing The Queer Dispatch Through Grief and Anger in Hong Khaou’s ‘Lilting’
The Asian Cut's column about Hong Khaou's Lilting
Mar 1, 2024
‘Má Sài Gòn’ Is a Vibrant Mosaic of Queer Life in Vietnam
The Asian Cut's review of Khoa Lê's newest documentary, Má Sài Gòn.
Feb 28, 2024
Netflix’s ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ Is an Exercise in Letting Go of the Past
The Asian Cut's review of Netflix's live-action adaptation of Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Feb 8, 2024
Sundance 2024: ‘Desire Lines’ Proves That The Medium Is The Message
The Asian Cut's Sundance 2024 review of Desire Lines, directed by Jules Rosskam.
Dec 20, 2023
‘My Neighbor Totoro’: When the Archeologist Becomes the Artifact
Part of Hayao Miyazaki Month, The Asian Cut looks back at the legacy of My Neighbor Totoro.
Dec 18, 2023
‘Raging Grace’ Director Paris Zarcilla Gets Candid About Making a Film Born From a Place of Rage
The Asian Cut interviews Raging Grace director, Paris Zarcilla, about his newest film.
Dec 2, 2023
‘Raging Grace’ Proves the Scariest Things in Life Are What’s Real
Review of Raging Grace, a Gothic horror directed by British-Filipino writer/director Paris Zarcilla.
Nov 24, 2023
From ‘Saving Face’ To ‘The Half Of It’: Wrestling With Shame And Desire Across Time
An essay of Alice Wu's films, Saving Face and The Half of It.
Oct 25, 2023
‘The Persian Version’ Tackles the Mother-Daughter Relationship Trope with Comedy and Compassion
Written and directed by Maryam Keshavarz, the film follows Leila, an Iranian-American woman who has a tough relationship with her mother.
Sep 15, 2023
TIFF 2023: ‘Your Mother’s Son’ Disturbs as It Teeters on the Line Between Love and Abuse
Directed by Jun Robles Lana, Your Mother’s Son explores the complicated relationship between Sarah and her son Emman.
Sep 10, 2023
‘The Queen of My Dreams’ Is an Exceptional Debut From Fawzia Mirza
One of many Canadian films playing at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival, The Queen of My Dreams pushes the limits of the...
Jul 12, 2023
Happy Together Is Still a Once-in-a-Lifetime Movie
A review of the LGBTQ+ classic, Happy Together, directed by Wong Kar-wai and starring Leslie Cheung and Tony Leung.
Jul 8, 2023
‘Joy Ride’ Is the Hilarious, Heartfelt, and Horny Movie We Didn’t Know We Were Waiting For
Directed by Crazy Rich Asians co-writer Adele Lim, Joy Ride follows four Asian-American friends who embark on the trip of a lifetime.
Jun 28, 2023
H.P. Mendoza Talks ‘The Secret Art of Human Flight’ and Being Unapologetically Queer and Filipino
H. P. Mendoza, director of The Secret Art of Human Flight, discusses his new film at the Tribeca Film Festival 2023.
May 17, 2023
Asian-Canadian Filmmaker Samantha Wan Is Calling the Shots Now
Interview with Samantha Wan, CSA-nominated director and actor, known for her work on Second Jen and Love at Sky Gardens.
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