13 Nov , 2016 Hieu Chau
A fading celebrity author copes through the loss of his wife by taking care of two kids in Miwa Nishikawa’s intriguing character study, The Long Excuse.
10 Nov , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Baby Ruth Villarama’s documentary Sunday Beauty Queen follows young Pinays toiling as migrant workers in Hong Kong with their one day of pageantry and fun.
3 Nov , 2016 Hayley Inch
Visually striking Chinese documentary Behemoth is an artistic critique of China’s industrial consumption of energy, resources and people.
2 Nov , 2016 Theodora Vatubua
Keishi Otomo, director of the Rurouni Kenshin trilogy, returns with his blockbuster blend of sci-fi, horror and crime in The Top Secret: Murder in Mind.
27 Oct , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Kim Jee-woon’s intricate and suspenseful espionage thriller, The Age of Shadows, will keep you guessing all the way through.
18 Oct , 2016 Hieu Chau
Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno restores the King of Monsters to its former glory with the politically intense Shin Godzilla!
13 Oct , 2016 Matthew Rooke
E J-yong’s social drama, The Bacchus Lady, is a tale of tragedy and loneliness and has a lot to say about the country’s attitude towards the elderly.
10 Oct , 2016 Hieu Chau
Set during Japan’s occupation of Korea, Hur Jin-ho brings the story of the last Korean royal to life in blockbuster Korean biopic, The Last Princess.
6 Oct , 2016 Brooke Heinz
Reach for the SKY is a Korean-Belgian documentary that examines the cruel reality of South Korea’s highly competitive education system.
6 Sep , 2016 Hieu Chau
South Korea’s socially conscious disaster film, Tunnel, draws a career-best performance from acting heavyweight Ha Jung-woo.
30 Aug , 2016 Theodora Vatubua
Filmmaker Lee Joon-ik turns his gaze once again on Korean history with Dongju: The Life of a Poet, a biopic set during Japan’s occupation of Korea.
25 Aug , 2016 Theodora Vatubua
Takashi Miike’s wild Yakuza Apocalypse is a bizarre film that only escalates in ridiculousness the further it progresses. An oddity for sure.