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1400, an award-winning Singaporean romance movie, is set to have its UK theatrical premiere at London's renowned Picturehouse Central.
Mingpornpichit's film "Fathers" focuses on a gay couple in Thailand who must deal with many tribulations to raise a son.
The third installment of the "Founding of New China" series will release on the 90th anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army.
The Thai movie "Fathers" shows the challenges a gay couple encounters while raising their adopted son.
After earning the love of Ukrainian audiences, this satirical show is now available worldwide on Netflix.
Bangkok-based director Tom Waller talks about his experiences profiling Thailand's last gunshot executioner, and why so few Thai films make it big internationally.
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.
Singaporean film “1400” to have UK theatrical screening on August 27, 2017
HBO announces second annual APA Visionaries short film competition for 2017-2018
“Fathers” director Palatpol Mingpornpichit on making a film about LGBT families in Thailand
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Trailer: PLA propaganda movie “The Founding of an Army” premieres on August 1, 2017
Trailer: “Wukong” hits Chinese theaters on July 13
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