See the best new releases and award winners from six distinctly different countries and cultures in Southeast Asia.
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.
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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).
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.