What if your true gift is killing people? That is the premise of Jai-hong Juhn’s new movie Gifted (기프티드).
Yee Chih-yen, the Taiwanese director that brought us the successfully acclaimed film Blue Gate Crossing, does it again after a fourteen year cinema hiatus with his new feature Meeting Dr. Sun.
Mary is happy, Mary is happy' is the latest film by Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit, a quirky Thai flick that has a Wes Anderson flavor and it's a lot of fun.
Hitoshi Matsumoto's (Big Man Japan & Symbol) comedy-fantasy, R100, follows the life of the salesman Takafumi Katayama (Nao Omori) who is secretly into S&M.
China is the first country to label internet addiction a clinical disorder. With extraordinary access, WEB JUNKIE investigates a Beijing rehabilitation center where Chinese teenagers are “deprogrammed,” focusing on three teens, their parents and the health professionals determined to help them kick their habit.
Hsiao Kang is a good for nothing who holds signboards for a living. The only people in his life are his two children. The whole city has become a dumping ground for stray dogs and the river is far, far away. Then, one stormy night, he decides to take his children on a sailing trip.
Japanese director Akira Ikeda's second feature follows Kogure’s surreal experiences while he works as a wire-bending clip-maker in a factory in the countryside in Japan.
Adam Sanderson began making films at the age of nine, using a video camera bought by his father. The success of a music video he directed for a Hip Hop group led to a career directing music videos, promos and ads.