Filmmaker, writer, dog

Kenta McGrath is a Japanese/Australian filmmaker, writer, and academic. He is an Adjunct Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Curtin University, and previously worked as a lecturer for the Japanese Film Festival and Japanese Animation Film Festival in Perth, Western Australia.

His research interests include Japanese cinema, the Asia-Pacific War on film, minimalism, and cinematic realism. His films have screened at Biennale of Sydney, FIDOCS, Revelation International Film Festival, Bradford International Film Festival, State Library of WA and Perth International Arts Festival; his film writing has appeared in Alphaville, Senses of Cinema, Mise-en-scène, Sightlines, 4:3, Metro, Peephole Journal, and in several edited collections.