Let's face it, the Terracotta Far East Film Festival was made for people like me. For four festivals now, they've been bringing the best movies from all over Asia to the Prince Charles cinema in London. I saw a bit of the first festival in 2009, and wrote about it here. I had to miss 2010's completely, because I was actually in Asia at the time. And then in 2011, I caught as much of the festival as I could, and did a big thing about it for Europe's Best Website.
The latest Terracotta Festival took place last weekend, and once again I've covered it for Mostly Film, in a piece I've chosen to call Terracottadammerung 2012 because the title went down well last time. And as is usually the case, I have some bonus material for visitors to my own site. You see, as festival boss Joey Leung kept saying during his introductions, Terracotta isn't just about films. The Mostly Film piece covers the 16 feature films that were shown over the weekend: but here, I'm going to talk about the Masterclasses.