Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
This documentary follows a unique eco-education program initiated by Taiwan's construction industry.
"A City of Sadness" is not only one of Taiwan's most renowned films, but also a great way to learn about the island.
Three Taiwanese films will be screened at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival (the Berlinale) in February 2017.
A haphazard Taiwanese comedy about a TV shopping presenter played by model Bianca Bai.
Girlfriend, Boyfriend is a coming of age romance (with a unique twist) set amidst Taiwan's democratization.
Director Wei Te-sheng's 52 Hz I Love You is a rare Chinese-language musical movie that highlights Taiwan's vibrance and modernity.
From Oct 29 to Nov 21, 2016, renowned Taiwanese director Wei Te-sheng's newest film "52Hz, I love you" will screen across 50+ North American locations.
In recent years, a rather distinctive annoyance has plagued Taiwanese society: phone scammers. While phone scammers exist in other countries like the US (ever received...
Thanks to 50 years of relatively benign colonial rule contrasted against 40 years of Nationalist martial law, Taiwan has a lasting cultural and historical affinity...
Our newest contributor Jordan Li discusses Dream Flight, the first Taiwanese film ever to feature the Taiwanese Air Force. Read our article to learn about...
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