Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
This Chinese animated fantasy comedy is a sequel of 2014's "One Hundred Thousand Bad Jokes", which was inspired by a popular webcomic.
As Asian Pacific American Heritage Month winds down, don't forget to check out these three insightful Asian Pacific American short films.
Popular Taiwanese actress Gwei Lun-mei (桂纶镁) is set to headline Beautiful Accident (美好的意外).
The film is based on a popular Japanese novel of the same name.
"A Taste of Rice Flower" documents the life of an ethnic Dai woman in Yunnan province.
Remember that abandoned island in Skyfall? That's a real place, and a South Korea movie's being made about it.
Tired of American superheroes? Check out "Guardians" for superhero action with a Russian twist!
Lee Byung-hun leaves behind his usual tough guy roles to play a fund manager who uncovers a shocking secret after his life implodes.
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.
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