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Hao Wu's latest documentary features never-before-seen footage of a hospital struggling to save lives amidst the early days of the coronavirus outbreak in China.
Japanese actor turned director Joe Odagiri discusses his debut feature “They Say Nothing Stays the Same,” which screened at 2020's New York Asian Film Festival.
Filipina filmmaker Rae Red’s directorial debut “Babae at Baril” tells the story of a girl and a gun—and the patriarchal, capitalist system they live in.
Hot off the heels of winning Best Actress at the 2019 Golden Horse Awards for "Wet Season," Yeo Yann Yann discusses what's next.
Norris Wong's directorial debut “My Prince Edward” highlights young women's struggle against generational and societal pressures in Hong Kong.
Peter Barakan talks about bridging Japan and the world with NHK’s “Begin Japanology” and beyond.
Korean drama and movie fans on Netflix can expect more hits from Korea and more originals.
Season two is as fast-paced as the previous season, with more focus on themes of survival and protecting what’s precious.
Danny Wong Hing Fan's directorial debut focuses on emotional wealth over material.
Singaporean director Anthony Chen discusses his films "Wet Season" and "Ilo Ilo"—and tells us why he found "Crazy Rich Asians" offensive.