In David Asavanond’s romantic sci-fi, your apartment can fall in love with you, and then stop you from leaving.
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.
Four blundering policemen must choose between food and their jobs in Phuwanit Pholdee and Chanon Yingyong’s buddy comedy.
Karma’s a bitch (to comprehend) in Apichatpong Weerasethakul’s strange, pensive drama.
Five friends find war isn’t half as scary as home life in Banjong Pisanthanakun’s comedy-horror.
A group of terrorists face off against three very pissed-off martial artists in Jesse V Johnson’s action thriller.
Things are a bit samey in Yongyoot Thongkongtoon’s otherwise sweet sports comedy.
There will be no survivors in Sukhum Mathawanit’s absolute trainwreck of a movie.
A simple premise keeps Note Chern-Yim’s movie focused and fun.
An unearthly force is awoken in Thailand's first attempt at a kaiju film.