Vivian Qu makes a well-lensed but dramatically underpowered debut with this low-key Nanjing-shot noir.
A charming, tightly written look at the pressure-cooker environment of Beijing high schoolers prepping for college entry.
Hong Kong action maestro Johnnie To takes his genre filmmaking savvy to the mainland in "Drug War," a nail-biter that's actually quite light on action but so well-scripted and shot, it's nonetheless…
BARCELONA -- The San Sebastian Film Festival's New Directors sidebar is to feature 15 world preems, including Marian Crisan's "Rocker" and Eliane Raheb's "Sleepless Nights."
Like a juggler with too many balls, Ning Hao struggles to keep sundry plots and a bloated ensemble cast in the air in 1930s heist adventure "Guns and Roses."
The whole is largely equal to the sum of its parts in "10+10," a collection of 20 five-minute shorts by 10 established helmers and 10 emerging talents on the "uniqueness of Taiwan."
Mountaintop scenery provides a pleasing backdrop for "Kora," a transparent propaganda piece embedded within the story of a young man's cycling trip from Taiwan to Tibet.
Taiwanese family drama "When Love Comes" won the best film award Saturday at Taiwan's Golden Horse Awards, the biggest Chinese-language kudofest.
Takes a simple premise and explores it with subtlety, sensitivity and quiet humor.
Deceptively unsophisticated "Single Man" is hilarious and appalling by turns, but it always feels true.
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