Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
Wong is the subject of "Joshua: Teenager v. Superpower"―a new documentary now available on Netflix.
This Estonian film reveals why Baltic countries still fear Russian today
This French-Ukrainian film stars Olga Kurylenko (from the Bond movie "Quantum of Solace") as its lead.
Khaled Khatib was an Aleppo-based cinematographer for “The White Helmets”, which won a 2017 Oscar for Best Documentary Short.
A new documentary profiles the hijra - a unique transgender community in India with several thousand years of history.
Activism, history, and youth in a film that expresses the malaise of Malaysian Chinese.
Sanal Kumar Sasidharan's latest film "Sexy Durga" won the prestigious Hivos Tiger Award at 2017's Rotterdam Film Festival — a first for Indian cinema.
This documentary follows a unique eco-education program initiated by Taiwan's construction industry.
Ceyda Torun discusses her documentary about Istanbul’s street cats.
This indie film shot in rural Hunan shows what's left in the wake of China's urbanization.
Meet Joshua Wong: the 20 year-old poster boy of Hong Kong’s democracy movement
“One Hundred Thousand Bad Jokes 2” set for August 18 release
Explore Asian Pacific American social issues with these three short films on HBO
“In the Crosswind” illuminates a little known Baltic tragedy of WWII
“Beautiful Accident” starring Gwei Lun-mei to premiere May 27, 2017
“Land of Oblivion” is a refreshingly authentic movie about the Chernobyl disaster
Meet this 21-year-old Syrian who shot an Oscar-winning film
Top five WWII movies from the German perspective