17 Jun , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Jung Yoon-suk’s Non Fiction Diary is more than just a documentary about South Korea’s first serial murder case.
3 May , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Nanfu Wang’s debut documentary, Hooligan Sparrow, sees women’s rights activist Ye Haiyan fight to bring justice for six sexually abused Chinese schoolgirls.
20 Jan , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Though Iisa (As One) is his debut feature film, Chuck Gutierrez has been in the filmmaking business for a long time. We talk to him about his new film, the Filipino spirit and his cinematic influences.
21 Dec , 2015 Matthew Rooke
A Korean in Paris follows one man’s journey into the city’s underbelly to find his missing wife who he believes has been kidnapped into a sex ring.
25 Nov , 2015 Matthew Rooke
Romantic comedy Lorna is the story of a flirtatious 60-year old woman in and out of love from rising independent Filipina filmmaker Sigrid Andrea Bernardo.
9 Nov , 2015 Matthew Rooke
Exploring the politics and cutthroat environment of cubicle life in Korea, writer-turned-director Hong Won-chan’s Office is a thrilling murder mystery.
6 Nov , 2015 Matthew Rooke
Inspired by the films of Hong Sang-soo, Two Rooms, Two Nights is a clever and comedic farce with fine performances from its leading cast.
27 Oct , 2015 Matthew Rooke
South Korea’s Kim Ki-duk travels to Japan for his latest film Stop, a low-budget feature about a young couple living in the aftermath of Fukushima.
12 Oct , 2015 Matthew Rooke
Spanning the modern history of South Korea from the civil war to today, Ode to my Father is an emotionally gripping epic of one man and his family.
11 Oct , 2015 Matthew Rooke
Independent Filipino filmmaker, Brillante Mendoza offers an intimate and empathetic portrait of the survivors of Typhoon Haiyan in new film, Taklub.
8 Oct , 2015 Matthew Rooke
A hotshot cop investigates the shady work of an arrogant young billionaire in the timely Korean action crime thriller, Veteran.
29 Sep , 2015 Matthew Rooke
Sion Sono’s Love & Peace is unlike anything you’ve seen from Sono who trades in blood for puppetry in this tale of ambition, rock stars and singing turtles.