Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
The filmmaking duo behind ' Five Fingers for Marseilles' discuss the decade-long journey of bringing South Africa's first Western to the screen.
Joko Anwar is one of Indonesia's most critically acclaimed and commercially successful directors.
In this lighthearted screwball comedy, a secret agent from 1938 travels to the far-off future of 2018 on a mission to stop Hitler.
"Teenage Psychic" is HBO Asia's first Chinese-language series, and was shot entirely in Taiwan.
Director Daniel McCabe reveals his intent to confuse, scar, and ultimately engage the audience in his war documentary “This Is Congo”.
Filmmakers Srour and Moskovitch find absurdity in the lives of a "minority within a minority"—Nazareth's Christian Arabs.
Grieco's documentary explores the complex, "post-truth truth" behind an episode of environmental activism in Brazil.
Berni Goldblat is the director of "Wallay", which tells a moving coming-of-age story set in Burkina Faso.
Poonpiriya's hit film "Bad Genius" has been described as a Thai "Ocean's Eleven".
A disciple of Tsai Ming-liang, Chinese director Pengfei discusses his latest film "The Taste of Rice Flower".
How music in “Chungking Express” comments on Hong Kong’s handover
Trailer: Chinese military intervention epic “Operation Red Sea”
The 9 Best Chinese Romance Movies
Why I want Lebanon’s “The Insult” to win an Oscar
Review: “A Fantastic Woman” earns its Best Foreign Film nomination
10 South Korean dramas that feature North Korea
Review: In “Rock’n Roll”, Marion Cotillard plays herself to comic effect
Review: “The Cursed Ones” and the Burden of History