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1400, an award-winning Singaporean romance movie, is set to have its UK theatrical premiere at London's renowned Picturehouse Central.
Mingpornpichit's film "Fathers" focuses on a gay couple in Thailand who must deal with many tribulations to raise a son.
The Thai movie "Fathers" shows the challenges a gay couple encounters while raising their adopted son.
Bangkok-based director Tom Waller talks about his experiences profiling Thailand's last gunshot executioner, and why so few Thai films make it big internationally.
Activism, history, and youth in a film that expresses the malaise of Malaysian Chinese.
The fascinating story of Chavoret Jaruboon, who executed 55 prisoners as Thailand's last gunshot executioner.
Thanks to movies like The Hangover Part II and countless social media postings from rambunctious vacationers, the West often sees Thailand through the lens of...
It’s always a guilty treat to watch a film in which America is the bad guy. There aren’t that many, probably because most nations that...
Though they share many similarities (both are city-states and major financial centers dominated by a Chinese-speaking populace) Singapore and Hong Kong aren’t so close when...
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