Taiwanese filmmaker Lee Chung's feature-length debut revolves around a hitman stumbling upon his origins.
Action-thriller veteran Ringo Lam’s first feature in 12 years unleashes a former cop and his cabbie kid brother against a group of deadly Taiwanese felons across the busy streets of Hong Kong.
Writer-turned-director Guo Jingming brings his series of adaptations of his own Shanghai-set romance novels to a close.
Chen Kaige returns with an action-fueled period drama about a young Taoist cleric's adventures in early 20th century China.
Sometime in the future, Monk Comes Down the Mountain will be considered a watershed for its star and its maker.
Thai filmmaker Jakrawal Nilthamrong's first feature revolves around the past and present lives of a young journalist, a middle-aged condom factory owner and an old monk.
Justin Lin teams up with 'Dearest' star Vicki Zhao to produce an action comedy about a pair of Chinese tourists sucked into a trafficking scheme in Los Angeles
Long-time Hong Sang-soo collaborators Lee Kwang-kuk and Yu Jun-sang team up on a quirky comedy about an estranged couple and a dream-reading cop.
Yaro Abe's Japanese manga set in a late-night eatery makes the leap to the big screen and territories beyond.
In Mountains May Depart, Jia Zhangke has employed plenty of close-ups: of characters talking, arguing, crying, and a (clothed) couple locked in what should be a post-coital embrace - the latter a first for the Chinese director.
South Korean helmer Shin Su-won returns to Cannes with a noir-tinged drama about a nurse’s attempt to derail a heart transplant operation involving a pregnant, comatose street-walker.