The Unexplored Existential Angst of ‘Night Drive’

CJ Sheu

Between the trendy conceits of time travel and taxi drivers taken hostage, ‘Night Drive’ is an original and weird tale.


Disney’s ‘Mulan’ Dishonors a Beloved Folktale

SueAnn Shiah

'Mulan' is a cringe-inducing misrepresentation of Chinese history and culture.

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What Can 'The Last Emperor' Teach Us About Life in Confinement?


The digitally remastered version of 'The Last Emperor' is now in Taipei theaters, and it has climbed to second place in the city's box office chart.


Q&A With KEFF, Director of 'The Secret Lives of Asians at Night'

New Bloom

"The Secret Lives of Asians at Night" is a short film featured in the 2019 Taipei Film Festival. Taiwanese-American director KEFF talks about his upbringing and the inspiration for the film.


The Movies of Japanese Director and Palme d'Or Winner Hirokazu Kore'eda

Global Voices

Kore'eda himself feels akin to Ken Loach, the British social realist film director.


INTERVIEW: Urban Nomad Subverts, Inspires, Strengthens

Cat Thomas

This year's offerings cover dashcams, porn, punk and violent revolutions.


How Shanghai Can Become a Movie-making Powerhouse Once Again

Chen Changye

A dearth of talent once cast the city into the filmmaking wilderness, but recently, the sprouts of renewed growth have appeared.


FILM REVIEW: 'By The Time It Gets Dark'

Andrew Alan Johnson

Dao Khanong/ดาวคะนอง (By the Time It Gets Dark). Electric Eel Films, 2016. Directed by Anocha Suwichakornpong. In Thai. 105 minutes.


Rare and Secretive Bay Cat Caught on Camera in Borneo

Shreya Dasgupta

The secretive bay cat was photographed and filmed in a new location that is about 40 miles outside its currently known distribution range in Borneo.


From Caracas to Taipei: The Strange World of Ignacio Huang

James Baron

The life of the Taiwan-born Argentine actor spans across continents and cultures.

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