Tag: Film Series
Wednesday Night CSEAS Film Series – Tanah Air Beta
This week CSEAS presents a Pinoy film considered by many to be one of the greatest in Philippine cinema history (11/9)
CSEAS in cooperation with the Institute for Vietnamese Culture and Education (IVCE) invites you to a special Hawai’i premiere screening.
This week our Film Series returns with a candy-colored, fast-paced tale of a pre-op transsexual superhero from Indonesia who fights intolerance.
This week CSEAS Film Series presents a 1980s film from the Philippines.
Welcome to the UHM Center for Southeast Asian Studies Film Archive!
An adaptation of the 1950 novel by Marguerite Duras, which makes a compelling, sumptuous, yet politically astute film about Cambodia.
The director of Opera Jawa presents a three-part narrative film about women undergoing life-changing experiences in Bali.
A park in Hanoi has become a target for commercial development that threatens the conviviality of city life.
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.