In Sho Miyake’s drama, the bruises we hide are more devastating than the ones we show.
Police Story 2
In Jackie Chan’s sequel, while nothing much happens at least another mall gets destroyed.
The Sunny of the Street
Home is as ill-defined as it is hard to find in Lau Kok-rui’s thoughtful drama.
A young mother fights to save her child from a blasphemous curse in Kevin Ko’s found footage horror.
The Love Eterne
Love blossoms between a woman playing a man and a woman playing a woman playing a man, in Li Han Hsiang’s opera classic.
I Love You, Beksman
Coming out is always difficult, no matter how straight you are, in Perci Intalan’s ridiculous comedy.
The King and the Clown
A street performer balances between being on the king’s good side and the king’s really good side in Lee Joon-ik’s period tragic dramedy.
A Hmong family looks back and moves forward in Caylee So’s quiet drama.
Queer East Film Festival 2023
Queer East returns for its fourth annual outing, starting April 18th.
The Grass is Greener on the Other Side
Two people, both so different yet similar, struggle to make sense of the future in Crystal Wong’s low-key documentary.
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.