The pilgrims continue their journey in the Shaw Brothers’ low-key, charming continuation.
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.
The monks face off against the most ancient of evils in this fun animated adaptation
The demons strike back, but not very hard in Tsui Hark’s comedic sequel
Flares both literal and visual combine in an incredible fireworks of a film.
The jokes hurt more than the stabbings in Toichiro Ruto’s manga adaptation
The future is filled with city-destroying plants and battling spider tanks in Ng Yuen Fai’s Hollywood-style action sci-fi.
Motherhood, careers and social expectation clash for one newsreader in Jung Ji-yeon’s tense psycho-thriller.
As if raising a child wasn’t stressful enough without ghosts wrecking everything.
Selling children is fine if you have good intentions in Hirokazu Kore-eda’s delightful and surprisingly heart-warming drama.
Two women journey through life, Korea and their own spirituality in Im Kwon-taek’s meditative, thoughtful drama.