An Indian wannabe thesp discovers Pakistani hospitality when he's kidnapped by Muslim terrorists in "Filmistaan," a thoroughly enjoyable laffer that manages the unusual feat of weaving an ode to…
Even if this 68-minute vignette doesn't break out beyond fests, debuting helmer Keiko Tsuruoka's fresh voice promises bigger projects to come.
An unconventional cross-cultural love story with a sharp social sting, "Mai Ratima" tells of a runaway Thai immigrant and a small-town drifter lost in the bright lights of Seoul.
A documentary observing the marriage between a Caucasian American and his Chinese mail-order bride, "Seeking Asian Female" brings stereotypes of "yellow fever" and "gold-digging immigrant" into…
Offering a well-meaning, downbeat take on domestic entrapment, teenage angst and suburban ennui, "The Cowards Who Looked to the Sky" plays like a pink film for social workers.
"Night's" unassuming brilliance lies in the lyricism of love itself.
Nipponese helmer-scribe Miwa Nishikawa continues to explore themes of deceit with her fourth film, "Dreams for Sale," a provocative portrait of a husband and wife who scam women desperate for love.
A cinematic mongrel that defies genre conventions, "A Werewolf Boy" leaps from one conceptual plane to another.
Delightfully droll and fondly indulgent of its screwy protags, Nipponese helmer-scribe Kenji Uchida's "Key of Life" depicts what happens when a struggling actor and a hitman usurp each others'…
Substitute zombies or mutant koala bears for the scary kids that run rampant on a Mexican island, and "Come Out and Play" wouldn't be any better or worse.
Charting a woman's downfall after she commits adultery to continue the family bloodline, "In the Name of Love" starts off provocatively, with a scene echoing "The Scarlet Letter," and looks set to be…