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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.
"A Thousand Cuts" tells a disturbing story of Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s authoritarian attacks on the free press through an intimate look at Rappler founder...
"Bad Genius" and "Première Année" highlight standardized tests' impact on friendships and social equity.
Netflix's first Malaysian Mandarin-language original series offers a compelling premise and memorable production design amidst a rocky narrative.
The top Thai movies from 2019, ranging from comedies and romances, to horror and documentaries.
"Halfworlds" marks an important step for HBO in localizing its original series for the Asian market.
Cinema Escapist reveals the best Filipino movies of 2019, across genres like romance, indie, fantasy, comedy, drama, and more.
Shot in a very loose, naturalistic, and intimate style not unlike a documentary, "A Copy of My Mind" shows vignettes of life in Indonesia's capital...
Singaporean director Anthony Chen discusses his films "Wet Season" and "Ilo Ilo"—and tells us why he found "Crazy Rich Asians" offensive.