Ghosts, zombies and vehicles with long memories run amok in is superior T-horror anthology.
An epic experimental work set in the coastal slums of Davao City, Philippines.
A terminally ill mother's guilt and her 9-year-old daughter's pain are delicately examined.
Basketball becomes an underground bloodsport in "Fireball."
Given free reign to tell a short story set in the capital, nine Thai directors come up aces in "Sawasdee Bangkok."
Pint-sized Thai dynamo Yanin Visimitananda proves she can handle dialogue as well as fists and feet.
"Vanished" reps an encouraging step forward for Cambodia's ailing commercial cinema.
Chinese ballet star Li Cunxin gets spotty biopic treatment in "Mao's Last Dancer."
"Stone Bros." is a fitfully funny ride through the Outback.
Cobwebbed cans of silent and early sound-era film are turned into gold by master archive hunter Gustav Deutsch.
Pic gently weaves its way around a community of Thai rice farmers struggling to make ends meet.