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“Default” explores the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis’ impact in Korea, focusing more on emotions than economic explanations.
With a premiere at 2018's Busan International Film Festival, Chinese indie film "The Enigma of Arrival" offers a darker take on coming-of-age.
Realistic gun battles and brutal fight scenes open a window into the Philippines drug war
The US premium network deepens Asian-American outreach with another iteration of its leading short film competition—submissions close November 14, 2018.
Could this blockbuster pioneer a novel and entertaining way to highlight Chinese government policy victories?
1987 is a somber reminder that freedom isn't free
Zhou Dongyu’s latest movie challenges whether traditional notions of success will make us truly happy (spoiler: they won’t)
In this Hong Kong triad movie, it's Chinese v. British—not gangster v. police.
America has YouTube celebrities—but who are the "internet famous" in China?
Operation Red Sea is an action-packed modern war movie: the first to show China's intervention in the Middle East.
The Fourth Amigo: Why Emmanuel Lubezki Is One of Today’s Best Cinematographers
Review: “Default” is Korea’s Take on “The Big Short”
The Bruce Lee Statue That Sought to Unify a Divided City
The 10 Best Jung Woo-sung Movies, Ranked
Interview: “Paradoxical” Director Mu-Ming Tsai and Producer Iris Lai Talk About the Binary Nature of Sense and Emotion
Review: “Air Strike” Is a War Movie Plagued By Tragedy…And Taxes
Revisiting Safi Faye, One of Africa’s Most Underrated Female Filmmakers
“On Happiness Road” Beautifully Embodies Taiwan’s Existential Malaise