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Three-time Oscar winning cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki is the silent force behind many amazing films—like "Children of Men" and "The Revenant".
"En el Séptimo Día" director Jim McKay discusses how he went about making a film so different from his own lived experience.
The directors of "Nossa Chape" discuss their documentary, and the power of sport in recovering from national tragedies.
After a tragic plane crash, the Chapecoense football club rebuilds in this documentary about the societal impact of sports.
A Fantastic Woman, Chile's entry for Best Foreign Film at the Oscars, is a beautiful and heartbreaking drama about a trans woman dealing with the...
An unlikely Venezuelan piece that offers an artistic, brooding taste of award-friendly cinema.
Before playing infamous Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar on Netflix’s Narcos, Brazilian actor Wagner Moura made a name for himself by starring in an opposite...
Now available to international audiences on Netflix, The Perfect Dictatorship is Mexican director Luis Estrada’s latest satire on his country’s politics. The film’s title comes...
One of the most deservedly acclaimed films to come out of Brazil in the past year is The Second Mother, which centers around a live-in...
In El Infierno, Mexican director Luis Estrada offers a pitch-black critique of his own homeland.
The 7 Best Thai Movies of 2018
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Review: “The Great Battle” is an Action-Packed Dramatization of a Famous Korean Battle
“Buffalo Boys” Is the Perfect Western for a Post “Crazy Rich Asians” World
Review: “Ten Years Japan” Pictures Dystopia With Hopeful Undertones
“Ten Years Thailand” Is an Abstract Take On Societal Pressures in Modern Thailand
Beyond “Crazy Rich Asians”: How Singaporean Films Highlight Grittiness, Not Glamor