Lost in the Miso’s mission statement is to highlight past, current and upcoming Japanese films – usually of the cult and indie variety. Other Asian films, as well as indie films from all over the world, are also covered.
It’s my hope that independent filmmakers will find Lost in the Miso a home where their films can be talked about and celebrated.
All movie trailers and movie-related images on this site are the property of their respective copyright holders. It’s my sincere belief that their usage on this site falls within the fair use doctrine of US copyright law and helps promote general awareness of the movies covered. If any copyright holder would like something removed for any reason, please contact me directly with details and I’ll do my best to comply promptly.
All written content on this site is original work by me unless explicitly labeled otherwise. If you use my content for your own blog, YouTube videos, or any other website you write for, all I ask is that you credit Lost In The Miso with a link to the source page.
Michael B. Murphy, Lost In The Miso founder (firstname.lastname@example.org)