Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
The film is based on a popular Japanese novel of the same name.
A brooding thriller set amidst the hedonistic modernity of Beijing.
This indie film shot in rural Hunan shows what's left in the wake of China's urbanization.
"A Taste of Rice Flower" documents the life of an ethnic Dai woman in Yunnan province.
Zhao Qi is a Chinese producer and director who's helped bring four documentaries to Sundance—including 2015's "The Chinese Mayor".
While Americans have romantic comedies, Chinese have something else... read to learn what and why!
Starring Zhu Xijuan, "A Loner" (大雪冬至) is expected to complete production later in 2017.
The American Dream appears quite often in Chinese movies—usually not in the best light.
Kung Fu Yoga is a Chinese-Indian coproduction starring Jackie Chan that hits Chinese theaters on January 28, 2017.
A star-studded Chinese blockbuster which feels like a game of Clue set during the Second Sino-Japanese War.
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