15 Mar , 2016 Hieu Chau
Who would’ve thought a Stephen Chow-directed comedy could be so environmentally conscientious?! Hieu and Hayley talk about the hilarious film, The Mermaid.
22 Feb , 2016 Hieu Chau
It’s not without its faults, but Li Yu’s Double Xposure features the best dramatic performance by Chinese star Fan Bingbing to date.
16 Aug , 2015 Natalie Ng
Jia Zhangke’s, Mountains May Depart, is a multi-generational epic and an allegorical tale of capitalism in China and the future it brings to the country.
10 Jun , 2015 Hieu Chau
A spoiled young girl and her gentle if not stubborn grandfather embark on a road trip across countryside China in Philippe Muyl’s, The Nightingale.
8 Jun , 2015 Theodora Vatubua
Chinese language doco On the Rim of the Sky charts the rivalry between an experienced teacher of a secluded village and a new radical teacher from the city.
7 Jun , 2015 Natalie Ng
Director Peter Chan returns to cinema screens with Dearest, a Chinese-language drama that takes aim at child abduction in China and its ugly ramifications.
19 May , 2015 Hieu Chau
Find out how you can win a double pass to see two influential films in Chinese cinema history at the Melbourne CInematheque!
27 Apr , 2015 Caroline Tan
Barbara Wong’s romantic comedy from 2014, Girls, looks at a trio of lifelong best friends and their romantic escapades in modern-day Taipei.
24 Mar , 2015 Hieu Chau
Andy Lau stars in the emotional child abduction drama, Lost and Love, as a man on a fourteen-year search for his kidnapped son.
11 Mar , 2015 Hayley Inch
One of China’s greatest filmmakers, Zhang Yimou’s continues his cinematic relationship with actress Gong Li in romantic melodrama, Coming Home.
27 Feb , 2015 Theodora Vatubua
Brotherhood of Blades is a well-executed Chinese period action blockbuster with its three male leads providing audiences much to enjoy.
19 Feb , 2015 Theodora Vatubua
Xu Jinglei’s Chinese romance, Somewhere Only We Know, which stars former EXO member Kris Wu, is a beautifully shot film with a sweet and heartwarming story.