Uncovering a little known chapter in Hong Kong history, "Our Time Will Come" dramatizes the resistance efforts of indigenous Leftist guerillas during the Japanese occupation from 1941-'44. Although…
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With its unorthodox structure and detours into magic realism, "Haze" carves out a distinct place in the large body of contemporary Filipino films about the struggle to survive in a society wracked by…
A slow-simmering, Western-style action drama of blood feud, misfired machismo, and spiritual quest spread across Tibet's rolling steppes and scorching deserts.
Set almost entirely inside a hospital, where a neurosurgeon, a criminal patient and a police inspector are forced into a deadly stand-off, Hong Kong auteur Johnnie To’s action-thriller "Three" is…
A bittersweet drama depicting young migrants' dreams of stardom inside China's so-called Hollywood of the East.
The Shanghai International Film Festival has told dozens of Korean executives and film makers not to attend the festival, which opens on Saturday, for fear of spreading the lethal Middle Eastern…
LONDON — Variety has been given exclusive access to the trailer for "Carte Blanche," which has been selected to play in competition at next week's Shanghai Film Festival. The Polish film, which is…
Momoko Ando's delightful sophomore feature captures the experience of growing old with as much endearing eccentricity as her subjects
Centered on the rivalry between two ace archers from neighboring villages, "The Sacred Arrow" is a reductionist fable with a moral about how to be a good sport.
It's not just that the Autobots look more distinctive and easier to tell apart than ever in "Transformers: Age of Extinction" — as Optimus Prime never tires of reminding us, these robots have actual…
Japan's rarefied geisha culture is kookily crossed with Broadway musicals in "Lady Maiko," Masayuki Suo's variation on "My Fair Lady."