16 Jan , 2016 Hieu Chau
From new films by Park Chan-wook to Johnnie To, we offer a short list of films you should keep an eye on that have a fair chance of screening in Australia.
6 Jan , 2016 Caroline Tan
Taiwanese megastar Jay Chou makes his directorial debut in 2007 romantic drama Secret, a personal romantic high school drama inspired by his teenage years.
4 Jan , 2016 Pooiee Loh
What if Inside Out was turned into a Japanese rom-com? The result: Poison Berry in My Brain, which follows a novelist who witnesses love at first sight.
22 Dec , 2015 Theodora Vatubua
Featuring an outstanding young cast, two-part film series Solomon’s Perjury follows an investigation into the suspicious death of a high school student.
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.
17 Nov , 2015 Theodora Vatubua
Cooking adventures continue in the final chapter of culinary coming-of-age tale Little Forest: Winter & Spring starring rising actress Ai Hashimoto.
16 Nov , 2015 Brooke Heinz
Pieta in the Toilet follows a cancer-striken artist turned window washer as he comes to grips with his own mortality in his final summer.
15 Nov , 2015 Brooke Heinz
Featuring the music and idols of Japanese girl group Momoiro Clover Z, When the Curtain Rises is an optimistic slice of life high school drama.
12 Nov , 2015 Pooiee Loh
Hopping spirits in Hong Kong, black magic in Indonesia and surreal yakuza horror in Japan… we present ten Asian horror films that deserve more attention.
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.
8 Nov , 2015 Hieu Chau
It might not look like it but Sion Sono’s Tag is a pro-feminist work and one of the most bleak and bizarre coming-of-age films to come along in some time.