There’s no place to call home for China’s migrant workers in “Walking Past the Future,” a bleak exposé on how the country’s land shortage and economic downturn impacts more than just one generation…
What do an itinerant elephant in Thailand, a time capsule, a teenage girl on a mystic journey in Japan and a civil servant facing eviction have in common? They are the latest creative products of…
Directors Boo Junfeng, K. Rajagopal and Kirsten Tan have taken the unbeaten path in their artistic endeavors, reflecting their individualism, moral complexity and empathy for outsiders. Their films…
Indonesia will be the centerpiece at this year's Singapore Media Fesival, which is run by the Info-Communications Media Development Authority. Now in its fourth edition, the fest's new…
The 100th feature by genre master Takashi Miike transcends conventions of Japanese swordplay films with both fantasy and graphic violence.
Although raunchy as ever, the third entry in the hit rom-com series about an on-again, off-again relationship shows signs of fatigue.
A calculated Chinese remake of a hit Japanese mystery novel that adequately serves its local market.
A hellish look at the extreme competitiveness of Korean society which nonetheless retains its characters' bracing humanity.
The action-heavy reboot of the legendary psycho-thriller fantasy "Death Note" is not much to write home about.
An appealingly hand-drawn Nipponese animation that paints a humanist portrait of civilian life during W.W.II.
A nonsensical and seldom funny Chinese action-comedy set in India that makes any Bollywood movie seem like a Bergmanesque masterpiece by comparison.