Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
"A Loner" (大雪冬至) explores the life of a old woman in Beijing, illuminating a broader social phenomenon of "left-behind" elders in modern-day China.
In the West, China is famous for its ripoffs–copycat smartphones, pirated DVDs with uncannily modified titles, and counterfeit luxury products. Movies and LV purses are...
It's a Ming Dynasty vase! It's a plane! No, it's "Flirting in the Air", an irreverently naughty Hong Kong comedy that parodies a popular show...
Steamy sex scenes, dark secrets, and broken dreams —“pink film” kingpin Ryuichi Hiroki does it again. A multi-threaded drama featuring a Korean call girl, an aspiring...
To this date, South Korean director Jang Joon-hwan has only made two feature-length films. The first is 2003’s Save the Green Planet!, a gratuitously gory...
Review: A Loner (China, 2017)
“Fatal Countdown: Reset” premieres June 30, 2017
Movie “Fathers” showcases both tolerance and challenges for Thai LGBT couples
Trailer: “Out of Control”, starring T.O.P. and Cecilia Cheung, premiere delayed to 2018
Ukraine’s “Servant of the People” is a hidden gem of political comedy
Review: Berlinized (Germany, 2012)
An interview with Tom Waller, director of “The Last Executioner”
Review: Your Name (Japan, 2016)