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2018/05/11 | Cat Thomas
INTERVIEW: Urban Nomad Subverts, Inspires, Strengthens
This year's offerings cover dashcams, porn, punk and violent revolutions.
2017/06/26 | Chen Changye
How Shanghai Can Become a Movie-making Powerhouse Once Again
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'
Dao Khanong/ดาวคะนอง (By the Time It Gets Dark). Electric Eel Films, 2016. Directed by Anocha Suwichakornpong. In Thai. 105 minutes.
2017/05/18 | Shreya Dasgupta
Rare and Secretive Bay Cat Caught on Camera in Borneo
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.
2017/04/21 | James Baron
From Caracas to Taipei: The Strange World of Ignacio Huang
The life of the Taiwan-born Argentine actor spans across continents and cultures.
2017/03/15 | Kirsten Han
Why Disney's 'Gay Moment' is Causing Hysteria in Singapore
The church's lack of acceptance has a very real impact on the mental health of LGBT people, writes Kirsten Han in Singapore.
Kung-Fu Yoga: China's Soft Power Drive Goes Awry
Reviews have slammed it as a "mangled mess" and a "snoozefest masquerading as a film," but what else does it say about China's soft power drive?
2016/12/22 | Cinema Escapist
INTERVIEW: A Peak of Film Productions in the 'Theater State' of North Korea
In a special in-depth interview, author and filmmaker Paul Fischer discusses his book about North Korean cinema and how perception and propaganda define the isolated state.
2016/10/24 | Mo Tz-pin
Taiwanese Star Fired from Chinese Movie for 'Separatism'
Another day, another Taiwanese artist barred from performing in China.
2016/10/22 | Andy Wright
How 'All the President's Men' Defined the Look of Journalism on Screen
As we enter the final leg of the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign, let us examine one of the iconic film portrayals of press and politics.
2016/10/07 | Kira-Anne Pelican
‘Journey to the West’ — A Chinese Epic for Western Eyes
If film adaptations of traditional Chinese tales are to succeed, they must appeal to universal cultural norms.
2016/10/06 | Mo Tz-pin
Film Festival Highlights Debate over Death Penalty in Taiwan
A group opposed to capital punishment hopes to raise awareness on the controversial issue through films and after-screening discussions.