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60 directors give 60-second odes to 35mm film in this project full of life and love.
Japanese independent director Yuya Ishii introduces a 24-year-old pregnant drifter who is so relentlessly upbeat she bosses the saddest losers into adopting her optimism.
Actor-writer-editor Jean-Luc Mello creates a metaphysical film-within-a-film that showcases his talents while exploring small town or suburban life in Vietnam.
Director-writer Kim Joong-hyun tackles rampant materialism and obsession with status in a Korean society going through recession.
'Niño,' which observes how a Philippine family living in genteel poverty reacts to the sale of the ancestral mansion, is Chekovian in theme, Victorian in plot and performed in the raised pitch of…
Lee Jeong-hyang's new film focuses on the friendships and conflicts between a woman who loses her fiance and a teenage girl suffering parental abuse.
The actor stars in and co-directed the historical drama about the Xinhai Revolution that led to the founding of the Republic of China.
Taiwan novelist-turned-director Giddens tells a boy-meets-girl tale based on his semi-autobiographical novel in this box-office hit in his home country.
Chinese director Wang Xiaoshuai evokes memories of provincial life prior to Mao's death.
Taiwanese director Lien Yi-Chi change genres the way most people change clothes in this ghost story-detective mystery-lyrical lesbian romance-lurid amour fou but the characters are portrayed with…
Taking a respite from recent solemn samurai epics, Japanese action master Takashi Miike creates his most joyous effort in children's films yet.
Tak Sakaguchi, Mari Hoshino and Miho Ninagawa star in director Yudai Yamaguch's Japanese horror-sports movie.