24 Jul , 2017 Matthew Rooke
Sigrid Andrea Bernardo returns with her third feature film, Kita Kita, a sad romantic comedy set in Japan about two foreign Filipino workers.
12 Jul , 2017 Hieu Chau
Kim Ok-bin stars as a trained assassin turned undercover government operative in the extreme and outlandish South Korean action film, The Villainess.
7 Jul , 2017 Brooke Heinz
Hime-Anole’s flips the switch from slice-of-life romantic drama to violent and murderous thriller almost effortlessly and makes it work.
4 Jul , 2017 Aidan Djabarov
Nobuhiro Yamashita’s latest film, Over The Fence, is a gentle exploration into the rarely seen lives of people living on the fringes of Japanese society.
29 Jun , 2017 Brooke Heinz
Filmed in the busiest maternity hospital in the world, Motherland is a profoundly humane documentary about Manila’s disadvantaged mothers.
28 Jun , 2017 Brooke Heinz
Featuring a huge all-star cast of Japanese acting talent, Lee Sang-il’s Rage is more than just a multi-narrative murder mystery.
22 Jun , 2017 Brooke Heinz
Bong Joon-ho’s (Memories of Murder, Snowpiercer) much buzzed about new film, Okja, is the acclaimed filmmaker’s most ambitious project to date.
21 Jun , 2017 Aidan Djabarov
Actresses Aoi Miyazaki and Ai Hashimoto star as mother and daughter in Yasuhiro Yoshida’s (Leaving on the 15th Spring) new drama, Birthday Wishes.
19 Jun , 2017 Aidan Djabarov
Like Grave of the Fireflies, In this Corner of the World is Sunao Katabuchi’s heartbreaking tale of the sacrifices made by Japanese civilians during WW2.
17 Jun , 2017 Natalie Ng
Melancholy and misadventure abound in Pop Aye, Kirsten Tan’s debut feature about the weird and wonderful road trip between a man and an elephant.
Ciao Ciao is armed with fresh and exciting originality, elevating its familiar material into a critique of Chinese society in the 21st century.
15 Jun , 2017 Natalie Ng
A Quiet Dream, Zhang Lu’s story about the marginalised members of Korean society, is a lovely gem that’s likely to win over fans of Jim Jarmusch.