Naturalistic performances allow director Midi Z to construct an engaging portrait of the socioeconomic difficulties of his homeland (on 4/29).
“The Raid 2: Berandal,” at nearly two-and-a-half hours, is a sensationally violent film conceived as a slow-burn gangster epic.
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.