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Cult Film enthusiast Timon Singh explores the strange story of how Turkey became the home of cinema’s most curious rip-offs.
America has YouTube celebrities—but who are the "internet famous" in China?
In this lighthearted screwball comedy, a secret agent from 1938 travels to the far-off future of 2018 on a mission to stop Hitler.
This brilliant war documentary shows that the decades-old Congo conflict is nothing more than a farcical power struggle.
Filmmakers Srour and Moskovitch find absurdity in the lives of a "minority within a minority"—Nazareth's Christian Arabs.
"Menashe" is the first Yiddish-language feature film to hit theaters since the Holocaust.
Rama Burshtein's sophomore film manages to make -- from a tired plot -- a lively comedy with a lot to say about Orthodox Jewish women...
"A Loner" (大雪冬至) explores the life of a old woman in Beijing, illuminating a broader social phenomenon of "left-behind" elders in modern-day China.
"Berlinized" is a peek into the bizarre art culture that grew out of the fallen Berlin Wall.
The independent film Kajaki (titled Kilo Two Bravo for North American distribution) tells the true story of British troops who must contend with the physical...
Netflix’s Highly Relatable “On Children” Is “Black Mirror” With Tiger Moms
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A Closer Look at Ugandan Cinema
Interview: “Metal Politics Taiwan” Director Marco Wilms
How “A Taxi Driver” Helped Me Connect With My Family
Review: “BuyBust” is a Brutally Realistic Depiction of the Philippine Drug War
Interview: Freddy Lim, Rockstar Turned Legislator, Talks “Metal Politics Taiwan”
The African Film Heritage Project: Cinema’s Next Chapter