Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
Ceyda Torun discusses her documentary about Istanbul’s street cats.
Time travel isn’t anything new. As a sci-fi fan, I’ve seen plenty of it–Doctor Who, certain episodes of Stargate SG-1, Star Trek, you name it....
A first disclaimer – The East is Red is in fact a film recording of a musical theatre show delivered in the Great Hall of the...
In a special in-depth interview, author and filmmaker Paul Fischer discusses his book about North Korean cinema and comments on how perception and propaganda define...
My god, I have been missing out. Admittedly, I’ve never been a fan of Korean dramas — they’re usually unrealistic, pathos-filled, campy fairytales that make my stomach...
Chinese film “The Devotion of Suspect X” hits worldwide theaters March 31
Review: The Eye of Silence (China, 2016)
Art, politics, and non-Bollywood Indian films with director Sanal Kumar Sasidharan
“Change” teaches us how construction and environmentalism can coexist
“Uncertain” finds empathy at the margins
A talk about kitties with the director of “Kedi”
Review: Ghost in the Mountains (China, 2017)
Chinese indie movie “The Taste of Rice Flower” enters production