This week CSEAS Film Series presents a 1980s film from the Philippines.
An adaptation of the 1950 novel by Marguerite Duras, which makes a compelling, sumptuous, yet politically astute film about Cambodia.
The director of Opera Jawa presents a three-part narrative film about women undergoing life-changing experiences in Bali.
Francis is a man at the end of his tether. The former magician often takes solace in the bottle and barely ekes a living as a cleaner in a nightclub until a return to magic is inescapable.
Two unlikely friends - good-looking Tom and talented Teung - become a Thai pop sensation when a lip-synch video goes viral.
"Mother Longs to Go On the Hajj" focuses on a widow who leads a simple life and her son, who despite his poverty, tries to raise funds for his mother to join the hajj
Inay speaks for many when she says, ''Life is a never-ending misery.'' CSEAS presents a newly subtitled film from the Philippines on 9/1.
This effort marks the first subtitled versions of Republik Mimpi to be made available to English-language researchers.
Our final film of the spring semester will be a Director's Choice. (on 5/12)
Pisay follows the lives of eight teenagers as they go through the joys and pains of adolescence while living through the People Power days of revolt against Ferdinand Marcos. (on 5/5)