Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
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.
Zhao Qi is a Chinese producer and director who's helped bring four documentaries to Sundance—including 2015's "The Chinese Mayor".
"A City of Sadness" is not only one of Taiwan's most renowned films, but also a great way to learn about the island.
The Asian Brilliant Stars program aims to boost international exposure for both emerging and established filmmakers from Asia.
Keralan director Sanal Kumar Sasidhara's first two features offer an example of world-class cinematic technique applied to local, Indian narratives.
"Atomic Falafel", which satirizes Israel-Iran nuclear tensions, has been praised as an Israeli "Doctor Strangelove"
While Americans have romantic comedies, Chinese have something else... read to learn what and why!
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