A young lawyer comes to accept who she is, both professionally and personally, in Po-Chih Leong’s comedy-drama.
ESEA Filmmakers’ Networking Event: Regaining Agency Through Filmmaking
Co-organised by BEATS - British East Asians in Theatre & on Screen – the East/South-East Asian Filmmakers’ Event discussed roles and the importance of Asian communities within the world of filmmaking.
If We Burn
The fiery resolve of the Hong Kong people blazes furiously in James Leong and Lyn Lee’s brutal documentary.
9 Films to Watch at the Hong Kong Film Festival 2023
In this year’s Hong Kong film Festival, home is where the heart – and the camera crew – is.
Call Me Chihiro
Rikiya Imaizumi stretches the concept of Help Wanted in his adaptation of Hiroyuki Yasuda manga.
Boy From Nowhere
SJ Finlay’s bleak drama never shies from horrible truths, but doesn’t wallow either.
Tokyo Night Sky is Always the Densest Shade of Blue
In Yuya Ishii’s drama, happiness gradually finds you – if you let it.
The Million Ryo Pot
It’s a mild, mild, mild, mild world when a treasure map to a million ryo is discovered in Sadao Yamanaka’s classic comedy.
A university student breaks out of her shell and immediately attempts to fly in Masaki Tachibana’s animated drama.
Princess Iron Fan
The pilgrims continue their journey in the Shaw Brothers’ low-key, charming continuation.
The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme 2023
The Japan Foundation Touring Film Programme returns for another year to showcase the complex and rich history of Japanese cinema.
For the legendary monk Xuanzang, the journey may be hard but the destination is heavenly.