The Filipino Film Festival 2015 returns to Honolulu with screenings at the Doris Duke Theater from April 18 - 28.
Tang Wong involves four schoolboys of varying backgrounds who all make a vow at the spirit-house shrine in their building's courtyard.
This week we screen Laos’ first ever crime-thriller, a well-written account of a mechanic who violently crosses paths with a rich college kid.
A comedy-drama that follows the stories of two lonely teachers, a woman and a man, who are posted to the same rural school a year apart.
The students of the EWC Wednesday Evening Seminar present the music documentary JALANAN on Feb. 25.
WooHoo! 大日子 (AKA The Big Day) is a mixture of silly-character comedy and heartwarming family values, and Southeast Asian to its fingertips!
On the Job tells the stories of several players in an elaborate scheme that explores a government that seems to thrive in crime and intrigue.
This week we screen Viet Nam's official section for the 2007 Academy Awards.
Join us for our first film of 2015, Fan Ba Karaoke (AKA Fun Bar Karaoke), a show-reel for Pen-ek's roots as a director of TV commercials and music videos.
This is a rare opportunity to see Yasmin Ahmad's first film, with a new subtitle track, that has only been screened once in the US.