Nepalese filmmaker Min Bahadur Bham’s first feature revolves around two boys’ mission to relocate their missing hen as civil war rages around them.
Canadian-Chinese director Johnny Ma's debut depicts a small-town cabbie's descent into madness and crime after having his savings sucked dry in the aftermath of a traffic accident.
Zhang Hanyi’s Jia Zhangke-produced debut bows in Berlin’s Forum sidebar.
Documentarian Wang Bing zeroes in on the lives of refugees living on the war-torn borderlands between Myanmar and China.
The criminal thriller, produced by Johnnie To and helmed by a trio of young Hong Kong directors, bowed in the Berlin Film Festival’s Forum section.
Japanese enfant terrible Yosuke Okuda returns to Rotterdam as director and star of a comically twisted tale with dodgy scams and drug deals aplenty.
South Korean helmer Park Hong-min's thriller, about a man trapped in an endless nightmare, will make its international premiere at Rotterdam after its award-winning debut at the Busan and Seoul festivals.
Pimpaka Towira's second feature, charting three young urbanites' journey into rural Thailand, will make its European bow in Rotterdam after its prize-winning premiere in Tokyo.
'The Admiral: Roaring Currents' and 'Lucy' star Choi Min-sik returns to action as a retired sharpshooter facing off against the last surviving tiger in Japanese-occupied Korea in 1925.
Liam Neeson's perennially pursued, particularly skilled operative tears down Los Angeles in the final installment of Luc Besson's avenger-on-the-run franchise.