A young engineer dreams of designing the greatest aircraft in Hayao Miyazaki’s last (*cough*) movie.
A man reconnects with his estranged sister in Koji Fukada’s short but touching drama.
Five friends find war isn’t half as scary as home life in Banjong Pisanthanakun’s comedy-horror.
Chapman To leads a group of wannabe starlets in Chi Keung Fung’s low-key comedy.
A thrown-away TV learns it has outlived its usefulness in Takuya Inaba’s bittersweet animated short.
Life means always having to say you’re sorry in Nobuo Mizuta’s goofy comedy.
Stephen Chow returns to Journey to the West to put his own spin on Tang Sanzang’s story.
Wong Kar-wai forgoes his usual genre for this interesting take on the Ip Man story.
This pleasant, unassuming drama focuses on a peculiar sort of romance.
Things are never black and white in Bong Joon-ho’s grey-tinted post-apocalyptic thriller
A fun, if sometimes directionless comedy is heightened by a good cast and a host of funny jokes
The patience of the direction in Cold Eyes shows that a crime movie doesn’t need constant action sequences to be entertaining