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An earnest couple find themselves struggling to get by after successive runs of bad luck amid the unforgiving economy of contemporary Korea in Park Song-yeol’s scrappy indie drama.
Oppressed students fed up with authoritarianism in the schools system begin to mount a resistance in Sorayos Prapapan’s deadpan satire.
A shaman who refused his destiny is trapped in a liminal space of infinite haunting in Sim Deok-geun’s eerie supernatural horror.
At Japan Society New York Dec. 9 & 10. April Story streaming in the US Dec. 9 to 23
A dejected artist finds himself reconsidering his life’s choices when his teenage daughter drops out of education to become a Buddhist nun and he falls in love with…
Visceral in its immediacy, Hong Kong City on Fire is among the bleakest of the recent series of documentaries focussing on the 2019 Anti-Extradition Law Amendment Bill protests
The Heroic Trio find themselves scattered in a post-apocalyptic landscape in a much less hopeful sequel to Johnnie To’s comic book wuxia.
A gentle sense of haunting echoes through four tales of pandemic-era Tokyo in Mayu Nakamura’s ethereal anthology.
A young woman begins to regain a sense of self-confidence in the face of social prejudice when invited to consult on a film in Yuka Yasukawa’s adaptation of…
Dedicated civil servants do their best to put their town on the map while celebrating a local hero in Kenji Nakanishi’s warmhearted dramedy.
Septet: The Story of Hong Kong (七人樂隊, Sammo Hung, Ann Hui, Patrick Tam, Yuen Wo Ping, Johnnie To, the late Ringo Lam, Tsui Hark, 2022)
Seven of Hong Kong’s most prominent directors come together for a collection of personal tales of Hong Kong past and present in this seven-part anthology film
A novelist discovers new creative possibilities after striking an unexpected friendship with a conflict actress in a meta drama from Hong Sang-soo.
At Japan Society New York Nov. 11 to 20.
A grief-stricken screenwriter resolves to write her way out of self-imposed inertia while trapped in a world of her own creation in Martika Ramirez Escobar’s meta dramedy.
Classic hero Zhuge Shiro embarks on a new mission to stop Demon Society getting its hands on a pair of powerful swords in this animated family adventure.
The crazy freewheeling life of a lovestruck taxi driver eventually takes a turn for the contemplative in Chen Yi-wen & Chang Hwa-kun’s infinitely charming comedy.
Two indigenous men find themselves searching for a place to belong in a changing Taiwan in Huang Ming-chuan’s poetic drama.