Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
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".
"Alifu, The Prince/ss" tells a unique story at the intersection of Taiwanese aboriginal traditions and transgender rights. It premieres October 2017.
Vladimir Zelenskiy may be the most popular actor in Ukraine today -- and his hit show "Servant of the People" is now on Netflix.
The Teddy Award-winning Taiwanese director discusses her latest "Six Asian Cities Rainbow Project" and past works.
Mingpornpichit's film "Fathers" focuses on a gay couple in Thailand who must deal with many tribulations to raise a 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.
Wong is the subject of "Joshua: Teenager v. Superpower"―a new documentary now available on Netflix.
Review: Bitcoin Heist (Vietnam, 2016)
Trailer: Monkey King 3 – Kingdom of Women set for February 16, 2018 release
Interview: Mark Grieco’s “A River Below” isn’t just about saving the dolphins
The best Chinese movies on Netflix
Review: The Mayor (South Korea, 2017)
The 5 best Chinese war movies [Updated 2017]
Review: The Moment – 50 Years of Golden Horse (Taiwan, 2016)
Review: The Hidden Sword (China, 2017)