13 Aug , 2016 Hieu Chau
Hirokazu Koreeda returns with After the Storm, a small yet intimate film about divorce that’s handled with a deeply humanistic grace.
13 Aug , 2016 Natalie Ng
Boo Junfeng’s dark prison drama Apprentice is an impressive Singaporean feature that explores isolation and offers no easy answers to capital punishment.
11 Aug , 2016 Theodora Vatubua
Chinese animated adventure The Magic Brush offers plenty in the way of laughs and imagination that’s sure to entertain the young and young at heart.
10 Aug , 2016 Natalie Ng
The gloves come off as Park Chan-wook’s sexually charged Gothic lesbian romance, The Handmaiden, reveals a director at his most feminine.
9 Aug , 2016 Hieu Chau
Koji Fukada’s Cannes award-winning Harmonium is a family drama centered on repentance and sin but where does it fit in Japan’s history of that genre?
8 Jul , 2016 Matthew Rooke
In a departure from Sion Sono’s usual manic craziness, the Japanese director presents the minimal existential science fiction, The Whispering Star.
30 Jun , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Na Hong-jin’s hellish genre hopping ghost story, The Wailing, is an unrelenting experience and one that is unlikely to be forgotten about any time soon.
27 Jun , 2016 Hieu Chau
Hong Kong crime master Johnnie To returns to the genre that defined him in Three, a hospital-set thriller starring Louis Koo, Vicki Zhao and Wallace Chung.
22 Jun , 2016 Matthew Rooke
Independent Korean mystery A Fish is a beautiful and deeply haunting debut feature from writer-director Park Hong-min.
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.
14 Jun , 2016 Theodora Vatubua
Black and white feature Tharlo explores a clash of cultures when an isolated sheep herder in the mountains suddenly experiences the modern world of Tibet.
14 Jun , 2016 Hieu Chau
Vitaly Mansky’s eye-opening documentary Under the Sun goes deep into the North Korean propaganda machine and asks: “Does the North Korean dream exist?”.