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This animated movie perfectly captures Taiwan’s struggles—both in its story and behind the scenes.
Half documentary and half fiction, "Liyana" offers a beautiful narrative from Swaziland—and pioneers a new model for films that grapple with trauma.
With a premiere at 2018's Busan International Film Festival, Chinese indie film "The Enigma of Arrival" offers a darker take on coming-of-age.
Set amidst beautiful mountain steppes, this surprisingly entertaining musical movie might make you want to visit Kyrgyzstan.
Song Kang-ho is Korea's premiere character actor. Cinema Escapist looks at his best performances, in order of increasing quality.
Son Ye-jin and Hyun Bin star in a fast-paced, socially relevant psychological thriller.
This space rescue movie offers gripping suspense…and insight into Russian geopolitics.
Boukary Sawadogo has been out interviewing key cinematic figures in Africa. Here's his interview with a Burkinabe projectionist.
You don't often see female leads in Japanese dramas, making "Miss Sherlock" a particularly remarkable take on the classic detective.
Director Tan Seng Kiat's debut feature offers a stirring and relevant critique of Malaysia's social woes.
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