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Studio Trigger’s theatrical debut is equal parts a visual marvel and a boisterous shout for the West to catch up with Japanese animation.
The Japanese auteur builds on his signature theme of cartoonishly bloody action movies but eschews sympathetic characters and drama.
“Carole & Tuesday” is a visual spectacle that explores the role of AI in our future underneath its underdog tale of passion and song.
Makoto Shinkai delivers a touching love story with dire warnings for humanity's future.
America isn't the only country that makes space exploration movies—here are seven movies that'll help you learn about other countries' space aspirations.
“After the Rain” shows is that even if a romance is never meant to be, it can still change us in profound ways.
Streaming on Netflix, this Japanese food show contains a fascinating blend of gonzo journalism and Terrace House-esque calm.
Eight promising Asian movies — by directors like Bong Joon-ho and Takashi Miike— screening at 2019's Cannes Film Festival.
In "Ramen Teh," director Eric Khoo celebrates the power of food to transcend boundaries.
The short film anthology "Ten Years Japan" provides a relevant, but not depressing, look at contemporary Japan's social challenges.