This team talk/demonstration focuses on the development (2007) of an Asian studies course designed to teach advanced Southeast Asian language students at the University of Hawaii the skills associated with translating and subtitling film from Southeast Asia.
An anecdotal, semi-documentary reflection on the Viet Nam War from the point of view of some young Viet Cong conscripts, “Song of the Stork” focuses on the human rather than political element to largely engrossing effect.
High school classmates become enemies in this action film about teen gangs in 1950s Thailand.
Dibyo is unemployed actor obsessed with becoming famous, but is still waiting for his big break. Then he meets Mira…
Singapore’s official submission to the Best Foreign Language Film Category of the 2008 Academy Awards, 881 is a magical, heart wrenching, singing and dancing extravaganza from director Royston Tan
A remarkable omnibus film produced by the Japan Foundation, Southern Winds features four films from four different countries.
Sarah is an English teacher and one of the 150,000 Pinoy Overseas Foreign Workers in the United Kingdom who works as a caregiver to support her husband and to make a better living for their family in the Philippines
Based on the 1973 novel by Paul Theroux, Saint Jack tells the life of Jack Flowers (Ben Gazarra), a pimp in Singapore.
A newly married young husband mysteriously vanishes one night, leaving his confused and lonely wife to sort out the sordid details …
Updating an ancient Sanskrit love triangle among spoiled royals, this all-singing, all-dancing morality play pits cultural tradition and marital fidelity against radical uprising and erotic freedom.