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Joko Anwar puts an Indonesian twist on one of Western cinema's most classic genres
Director Haifaa Al-Mansour’s “The Perfect Candidate” depicts the challenges a female doctor faces when she runs for local office in Saudi Arabia.
“Parasite” speaks to Korean audiences’ real-life woes in an intricately crafted and empathetic manner.
A group of high schoolers put everything on the line to fight North Korea—but receive little recognition or support
Crime drama “The World Between Us” has won fans on both sides of the Taiwan Strait—and now streams for US audiences.
Studio Trigger’s theatrical debut is equal parts a visual marvel and a boisterous shout for the West to catch up with Japanese animation.
Based on real-world Chinese ascents of Everest in the 1960s and 70s, "The Climbers" does little more than elevate Wu Jing's "action man" credentials and...
How has Indonesian society evolved to accept—and then reject—homosexuality in cinema?
The Japanese auteur builds on his signature theme of cartoonishly bloody action movies but eschews sympathetic characters and drama.
We chat with director Teng Congcong about contemporary expectations for women and generation gaps.