The upcoming 2014 HIFF will feature 13 films from Southeast Asia, including the first commercial film to come out of Brunei in over 50 years.
Ilo Ilo explores the predicament of so many Asian children who are placed in the care of foreign nannies while their parents work hard to survive.
CSEAS celebrates Chinese New Year and Tết by featuring a romantic comedy about disco in Singapore. (on 01/29)
Mother Loong prays one day she will get a Dragon Year grandson who will take over the family dance troupe before speculators steal the land...
CSEAS welcomes the year of the snake with a comedy from Singapore (on 2/6)
The blending of guilty family secrets and the ghosts of Singapore's recent past create an involving narrative that is related with tenderhearted understatement. (on 9/12)
CSEAS 2012 Film Series presents The Pleasure Factory
CSEAS 2012 Film Series presents The Leap Years
This week CSEAS presents a film from Singapore, Homecoming.
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.