WooHoo! 大日子 (AKA The Big Day) is a mixture of silly-character comedy and heartwarming family values, and Southeast Asian to its fingertips!
On the Job tells the stories of several players in an elaborate scheme that explores a government that seems to thrive in crime and intrigue.
Vietnamese director Ngo Quang Hai’s first feature film is the story of Pao, a young ethnic Hmong woman whose journey to find her birth mother leads her into a world of secrets and double lives.
Fun Bar Karaoke is a show-reel for Pen-ek’s roots as a director of TV commercials and music videos. It’s a mish-mosh of styles and influences: the masculine flash of Scorsese, the sensuality of Wong Kar-wai, the deadpan wit of Jarmusch, the madcap folksy whimsy of the Coen Brothers, and even the the rock ‘n’ roll sensibilities of Tarantino are all apparent.
The Muay Thai scene in Thailand was set abuzz in the 90s when transvestite warrior Nong Toom (Asanee Suwan) took to the stage and battled it out with other gladiators, while at the same time battled the prejudice he faced because he was different
Enjoy our Halloween-inspired thriller flick about conjoined twins from Thailand!
This refreshing and sweet coming-of-age story delights in the thrill of first love and pre- adolescent passion.
Writer/director Yasmin Ahmad crafted a shining look at friendship, family, and first love that speaks beyond cultural and geographic boundaries in Talentime.
In Amigo, John Sayles proves one small piece of American Imperialism is at work in Southeast Asia at the turn of the 20th century.