Butterfly and Flowers is one of 25 films to be named to Thailand’s registry of national heritage film masterpieces. (on 12/02)
Three Marks of Existence willfully dwells on the topic of impermanence, suffering, and the non-self of M. while he searches for his identity.
CSEAS has compiled a list of SE Asia films at the upcoming Honolulu International Film Festival (HIFF).
This week we screen the reinvention of a classic Thai ghost story translated into a goofball comedy romance. (on 5/6)
Tang Wong involves four schoolboys of varying backgrounds who all make a vow at the spirit-house shrine in their building's courtyard.
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.
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.
On 12/03 we will screen a Thai film about a transgender boxer.
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.
Enjoy our Halloween-inspired thriller flick about conjoined twins from Thailand! (on 10/29)