Philippine cinema grand dame Nora Aunor headlines Brillante Mendoza’s ensemble drama about survivors grieving over loved ones lost during the devastating typhoon Haiyan
Korean screenwriter Hong Won-chan’s directorial debut stars Snowpiercer star Ko A-sung as a young sales executive caught up in a murderous intrigue in the office
Cannes prize-winner Jeon Do-yeon returns to the Croisette as a hardboiled nightclub madam in Korean helmer Oh Seung-uk’s noir-inspired romantic drama.
Cairo-raised French filmmaker Anna Roussillon explores tensions in post-Mubarak Egypt by following the life of a farmer in the Nile Valley.
Sweden's Mans Mansson teams up with Locarno winner Li Hongqi in a feature about a Congolese trader's wanderings in the Chinese city of Guangzhou.
A pan-Asian cast of A-listers star as policemen, professors and arms peddlers trying to gain control over a weapon of mass destruction in Hong Kong.
Du Haibin's documentary chronicles a university student's difficulties in adapting his zealous nationalist ideals to changing social realities in China.
Korean-American director Josh Kim's Bangkok-set debut revolves around the attempts of an 11-year-old to get his elder brother out of the military draft.
Mongolian filmmaker Darhad Erdenibulag and Ulan Bator-based Welshman Emyr ap Richard team up for a desert-outpost-set adaptation of Franz Kafka's novel "The Castle."
Han Yew Kwang's gross-out three-part comedy probes the sexual lives - or lack thereof - among Singaporeans of different generations.