Rarely has the topic of teenage bullying been examined in such detail as in this superbly constructed drama.
Hideo Nakata's latest thriller is a middling remake of the 2010 South Korean thriller "Haunters."
Hong Kong hitmaker Pang Ho-cheung delivers an elegant slice of life with this finely observed family dramedy.
This well-crafted remake of 1978's "Patrick" is rich in gothic trappings and features a terrific central performance by Sharni Vinson.
Simple, direct and involving, "Ice Poison" shows how the desire to escape harsh economic and social circumstances slowly drives two young Burmese people toward selling and using life-wrecking drugs.
The obsessive desire for youth and beauty among members of Manila's transgender community is examined with documentary-like authenticity in the well-crafted drama "Quick Change."
Many willing audiences will discover a jaunty "Celine and Julie Go Boating"-like charm to this semi-surreal film based on 410 consecutive Twitter updates.
With its meditations on identity, community and spirituality, this Thai arthouse entry will find favor with audiences that don't mind a mood-over-plot approach.
Hannah Espia makes an impressive debut with this gracefully directed, inventively edited look at the plight of Filipino immigrant workers in Israel.
Jeffrey Jeturian pokes good-natured fun at TV soap operas in this appealing dramedy starring Filipino screen queen Vilma Santos.
Showbiz dreams and political commentary mix harmoniously in this entertaining documentary about the first all-girl pop group to emerge from Burma.