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A 2016 black comedy that skewers the Japanese film industry in a tale of sex and failure.
This iteration's deadline for competition entries is November 1, 2017.
As Asian Pacific American Heritage Month winds down, don't forget to check out these three insightful Asian Pacific American short films.
This documentary about a small Texas town helps us remember that, wherever we are, we're all part of the same human struggle.
Lee Byung-hun leaves behind his usual tough guy roles to play a fund manager who uncovers a shocking secret after his life implodes.
Erik Shirai’s The Birth of Sake is a warm love letter to the national liquor of Japan and the people who make it happen. Shirai...
Three guys, three girls, and a massive, well appointed apartment in the heart of Tokyo? Netflix does reality TV for Japan.. and it's not what...
Steamy sex scenes, dark secrets, and broken dreams —“pink film” kingpin Ryuichi Hiroki does it again. A multi-threaded drama featuring a Korean call girl, an aspiring...
All izz well. As my heart was incessantly thudding, waiting to open the page where Cornell University would determine my fate forever, I whispered to...
My god, I have been missing out. Admittedly, I’ve never been a fan of Korean dramas — they’re usually unrealistic, pathos-filled, campy fairytales that make my stomach...
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