In David Asavanond’s romantic sci-fi, your apartment can fall in love with you, and then stop you from leaving.
Tsui Hark’s semi-classic hasn’t aged as well as it would have liked, but it’s got its charms.
Tragedy, coincidence and loneliness clash in Peter Chan’s romantic comedy-drama.
Longman Leung puts on his rosiest lens and delivers a superficial but sweet retelling of Anita Mui’s life.
For three days only, Focus Hong Kong returns to London with its touring programme Making Waves – Navigators of Hong Kong Cinema.
Cultures clash on the streets of Tokyo in one of Takashi Miike’s more subdued gangster thrillers.
There’s a lot of bark but not much bite in Kim Jee-Woon’s Wolf Brigade remake.
Clarence Fok delivers on nudity and killers in Naked Killer, though not in the quantities one might have hoped.
A young intersex teen comes to term with who they are in J.E. Tiglao’s uplifting drama.
Love and lust are volatile, unexpected and anywhere in Zhang Yuan’s arresting drama.
A deceased boom mic operator visits old haunts in Royston Tan’s meditative drama.
A young boxer literally fights for what she believes in, in Ekachai Uekrongtham’s sports biopic.