Tag: Film Archive
Welcome to the UHM Center for Southeast Asian Studies Film Archive!
The director of Opera Jawa presents a three-part narrative film about women undergoing life-changing experiences in Bali.
This film is based upon the life story of Ngo Duc Nhat who cleared more than 2,000 landmines in a field where even seasoned mine removing crews suffered.
Taking the classic Alice in Wonderland in a new direction, this is the story about the dark side of love, of an obsession, of a dream.
The Wednesday movie night continues with a lighthearted flick for foodies and romantics
In conjunction with the East-West Center Education Program, the Center for Southeast Asian Studies presents a film from Indonesia, cin(T)a, on 11/03.
Just in time for Halloween, this week’s film is a terrifying Thai movie from the directing team that brought you SHUTTER.
This Pinoy thriller replicates the contemporary realities of piracy and forgery as it tackles the nature of identities, whether genuine or fake.
Experience an amazing visual artistic flick with a unique soundscape from renown director Tsai Ming-liang (Malaysia).
Sang Pemimpi is the much anticipated sequel to the Indonesian box office hit Laskar Pelangi (Rainbow Troops).