Hong Kong helmer Benny Chan teams up with Sammo Hung for a martial arts blockbuster about a militiaman's confrontation with a murderous warlord in China circa 1910.
Yeon Sang-ho releases his second zombie film in a year, an animated feature about an outbreak of the undead in South Korea's railway system.
Japanese cinema's premier enfant terrible Sion Sono reveals his creative methods, his family life and his views about filmmaking in a documentary filmed around the production of his sci-fi title 'The Whispering Star'.
Tibetan-Chinese filmmaker Pema Tseden executive-produces first-time director Zhang Dalei's black-and-white, 1990s-set drama about a boy's last summer vacation before entering junior high.
An ailing octogenarian spends her undignified final days in her children's unwelcoming homes in mainland Chinese director Zhang Tao's feature film debut.
Having made his name with films revolving around shifting relationships within families – both real and surrogate ones, with most of them recovering from the departure or death of one of their own – Japanese writer-director Hirokazu Koreeda has inevitably been crowned as a modern-day heir to, say
Millennial Manila-born director Pepe Diokno grafts scripted scenes onto documentary footage illustrating the dysfunctional state of his home city.
Johnnie To unleashes a showdown between a cop, a robber and a doctor, mostly within the confines of a single Hong Kong hospital ward.
French filmmaker Fabianny Deschamps' second feature revolves around a disoriented Chinese migrant's exchanges with locals and fellow outsiders in a crisis-stricken Italian seaside town.
Joseph Fiennes stars in a Chinese-financed production documenting the war-stricken final years of Eric Liddell, the British athlete previously portrayed in 'Chariots of Fire.'